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I am nearly ready to submit a draft of the Introduction to Fisheries Analysis with R book to the publisher.  Relatedly, I am preparing the FSA package to be version 1.0.0 by the time the book is released.  As part of this, I have recently deleted several functions from FSA and put them into a new FSAmisc package.  I will maintain FSAmisc on GitHub as a repository for fisheries-related functions that are tangential to the main purpose of FSA or are a work in progress.

The three functions deleted from FSA that may have been used by some are alkPrep(), dietOverlap(), and walfordPlot().  Other functions deleted from FSA that were likely  not used by many are changesPos(), ks2d1(), ks2d1p(), ks2d2(), ks2d2p(), popSizesPlot(), and pos2adj().  Related data.frames deleted from FSA are Garvey1, Garvey4a, KS2D_NR, and TroutDietSL.

Again, these functions and data.frames are still available via FSAmisc on GitHub.  However, please let me know if this change affects your work.

The latest version of FSA is 0.7.0.

Filed under: Fisheries Science, R Tagged: FSA, IFAR, R