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Use R! – Part 2

May 9, 2012
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Use R! – Part 2

Here is a follow-up of my first post about using R. For our yearly KU Leuven Geology PhD Seminar (08-09/05/2012), I quickly pasted this script together from several examples I had run into in the past, as well as some things that I have been doing myse...

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R and MODFLOW

January 15, 2012
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R and MODFLOW

Here are some functions for reading and writing MODFLOW files from R. I hope to update this in the future!################################################################################### read.modflow.pval ############################################...

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R and the Geotechnical Exchange Format

December 24, 2011
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R and the Geotechnical Exchange Format

Quite some time ago now, I wrote this function to read some *.gef files into R. "gef" stands for Geotechnical Exchange Format. Details on this data format can be found at http://www.geffiles.nl/, as well as several software tools. I had a long list of ...

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Use R!

July 7, 2011
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Use R!

In short: R is a free intuitive programming language that is used by practitioners in a plethora of academic disciplines. Therefore, it is on the cutting edge, and expanding rapidly. It creates stunning visuals, works seamlessly together with LaTeX, has really good online documentation and the community is unparalleled. A week or two ago, I...

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R and the Geostatistical Software Library data format

June 9, 2011
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R and the Geostatistical Software Library data format

The *.gslib file format originates from the Geostatistical Software Library, but is also used in the follow-up of that software, i.e. the Stanford Geostatistical Modelling Software (SGeMS). Since not all geostatistical algorithms are implemen...

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