Boolean 3 (finally) on CRAN

June 25, 2014

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I have finally managed to get boolean3 accepted to CRAN. You can find it here: boolean3 on CRAN. To summarize:

boolean3 provides a means of estimating partial-observability binary 
response models following boolean logic. boolean3 was developed by 
Jason W. Morgan under the direction of Bear Braumoeller with support from 
The Ohio State University's College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. The 
package represents a significant re-write of the original boolean 
implementation developed by Bear Braumoeller, Ben Goodrich, and Jacob Kline.

For a more detailed overview of the package, see my previous post.

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