The shapes package in R : Statistical Shape Analysis


The shapes package can be downloaded from CRAN (Comprehensive R Archive Network) . If you find the package useful then please let me know, including academic researchers and business/industrial users. e-mail: ian.dryden -AT- nottingham.ac.uk

If you use the package in work that results in a publication then please cite the reference:

Citation:

Dryden, I. L. (2016). shapes package. R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria. Contributed package. Version 1.1-13. URL http://www.R-project.org

Bibtex:

  @Manual{Dryden-shapes,
     title        = {{\tt shapes} package},
     author       = {Dryden, I. L.},
     organization = {R Foundation for Statistical Computing},
     address      = {Vienna, Austria},
     year         = 2016,
     note         = {Contributed package, Version 1.1-13.},
     url          = {http://www.R-project.org}
   }

The shapes package contains routines for the statistical analysis of shapes. Note that you will need to have access to R on your machine, and then the shapes package is loaded in using the command library(shapes) .

Windows users: after starting R, the package is simply installed using the menu option Packages -> Install Package(s) from CRAN and then select shapes from the long list of packages.

Other platforms: see below and the R web pages.

A very brief set of examples (text file) is available.

The shapes package manual.


Version 1.1-13 is the latest version available (July 6, 2016)

Recent CHANGES

Brief installation instructions: INSTALL


To cite the statistical shape analysis methodology please use:

Citation:

Dryden, I.L. and Mardia, K.V. (2016). Statistical Shape analysis, with Applications in R. Second Edition. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester.

Bibtex:


@book{Drydmard16,
   author    = {Dryden, I. L. and Mardia, K. V.},
   title     = {Statistical Shape Analysis, with Applications in {R}. Second Edition.},
   year      = {2016},
   publisher = {Wiley},
   address   = {Chichester}
}


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