gravitas (0.1.2)

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Explore Probability Distributions for Bivariate Temporal Granularities.

Provides tools for systematically exploring large quantities of temporal data across nonlinear temporal granularities (deconstructions of time) by visualizing probability distributions. Nonlinear time granularities can be circular, quasi-circular or aperiodic. 'gravitas' computes nonlinear single-order-up or multiple-order-up granularities, check the feasibility of creating plots for any two nonlinear granularities and recommend probability distributions plots for exploring periodicity in the data.

Maintainer: Sayani Gupta
Author(s): Sayani Gupta [aut, cre] (<>), Rob Hyndman [aut, ths] (<>), Di Cook [aut, ths] (<>), Antony Unwin [aut] (<>)

License: GPL-3

Uses: ggplot2, ggridges, ineq, lvplot, magrittr, RColorBrewer, shiny, tsibble, testthat, knitr, rmarkdown, shinythemes, readr, covr, purrr, shinyalert, tsibbledata

Released 3 months ago.

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