More tide prediction with R

May 19, 2013
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In the previous post I outlined how to query the XTide software with R and parse the results into a handy-dandy data frame. The biggest hurdle with that method is getting XTide up and running on your computer. The code outlined here works entirely within R, so you don’t need XTide installed on your computer. […]

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