My regtools Package Is Now on CRAN

November 7, 2016
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(This article was first published on Mad (Data) Scientist, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

In my posts to this blog (less frequent than I would like, hopefully more frequent in the future), I’ve often mentioned my R package regtools, which contains a number of functions useful for regression and classification. None of them duplicate what is available in the excellent packages on CRAN, so I will dare characterize regtools as innovative.? In spite of the smiley emoticon in that last sentence, I hope you feel the same way.

You can download the package from CRAN, and yes, Joe R., it includes a vignette.? It begins with an example of one of the main features of the package, the use of nonparametric regression estimation to assess the fit of parametric regression models. I think/hope you’ll find it interesting.

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