Goodness of Fit Test for Continuous Distribution Functions (gnFit)
Computes the test statistic and p-value of the Cramer-von Mises and Anderson-Darling test for some continuous distribution functions proposed by Chen and Balakrishnan (1995) <http://…/index.html?item=11407>. In addition to our classic distribution functions here, we calculate the Goodness of Fit (GoF) test to dataset which follows the extreme value distribution function, without remembering the formula of distribution/density functions.

Stepwise Regression Analysis (StepReg)
Stepwise regression analysis for variable selection can be used to get the best candidate final regression model in univariate or multivariate regression analysis with the ‘forward’ and ‘stepwise’ steps. Procedure uses Akaike information criterion, the small-sample-size corrected version of Akaike information criterion, Bayesian information criterion, Hannan and Quinn information criterion, the corrected form of Hannan and Quinn information criterion, Schwarz criterion and significance levels as selection criteria, where the significance levels for entry and for stay are set to 0.15 as default. Multicollinearity detection in regression model are performed by checking tolerance value, which is set to 1e-7 as default. Continuous variables nested within class effect are also considered in this package.

Internet Memes for Data Analysts (memery)
Generates internet memes that optionally include a superimposed inset plot and other atypical features, combining the visual impact of an attention-grabbing meme with graphic results of data analysis. The package differs from related packages that focus on imitating and reproducing standard memes. Some packages do this by interfacing with online meme generators whereas others achieve this natively. This package takes the latter approach. It does not interface with online meme generators or require any authentication with external websites. It reads images directly from local files or via URL and meme generation is done by the package. While this is similar to the ‘meme’ package available on CRAN, it differs in that the focus is on allowing for non-standard meme layouts and hybrids of memes mixed with graphs. While this package can be used to make basic memes like an online meme generator would produce, it caters primarily to hybrid graph-meme plots where the meme presentation can be seen as a backdrop highlighting foreground graphs of data analysis results. The package also provides support for an arbitrary number of meme text labels with arbitrary size, position and other attributes rather than restricting to the standard top and/or bottom text placement. This is useful for proper aesthetic interleaving of plots of data between meme image backgrounds and overlain text labels. The package offers a selection of templates for graph placement and appearance with respect to the underlying meme. Graph templates also permit additional template-specific customization.

Dynamically Generates Documentation from a ‘Swagger’ Compliant API (swagger)
A collection of ‘HTML’, ‘JavaScript’, and ‘CSS’ assets that dynamically generate beautiful documentation from a ‘Swagger’ compliant API: <https://…/>.