Geomorph beta in development (2.1.5)

May 3, 2015

(This article was first published on geomorph, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Dear geomorph users,

We’ve been busy adding some new functions to the forthcoming v.2.1.5, currently in beta stage and available on gitHub (installed using: devtools::install_github(“EmSherratt/geomorph”,ref = “Develop”)). Users be aware that we strongly discourage you from publishing results with this version, unless you check with us first.

NEW Functions:

  •  gridPar function to customise plots of plotRefToTarget
  •  digit.curves function to calculate equidistant semilandmarks along 2D and 3D curves
  •  define.sliders interactive function for defining sliding semilandmarks for 2D and 3D curves, plus an automatic mode when given a sequence of semilandmarks along a curve.

Feedback most welcome!
Emma, Mike and Dean.
p.s. Twitter users can follow me with @DrEmSherratt to send quick comments or suggestions.

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