Render ‘Plotly’ Maps without an Internet Connection (plotlyGeoAssets)
Includes ‘JavaScript’ files that allow ‘plotly’ maps to render without an internet connection.

Sample Design, Drawing & Data Analysis Using Data Frames (sampler)
Determine sample sizes, draw samples, and conduct data analysis using data frames. It specifically enables you to determine simple random sample sizes, stratified sample sizes, and complex stratified sample sizes using a secondary variable such as population; draw simple random samples and stratified random samples from sampling data frames; determine which observations are missing from a random sample, missing by strata, duplicated within a dataset; and perform data analysis, including proportions, margins of error and upper and lower bounds for simple, stratified and cluster sample designs.

Feature Selection and Ranking by Simultaneous Perturbation Stochastic Approximation (spFSR)
An implementation of feature selection and ranking via simultaneous perturbation stochastic approximation (SPSA-FSR) based on works by V. Aksakalli and M. Malekipirbazari (2015) <arXiv:1508.07630> and Zeren D. Yenice and et al. (2018) <arXiv:1804.05589>. The SPSA-FSR algorithm searches for a locally optimal set of features that yield the best predictive performance using a specified error measure such as mean squared error (for regression problems) and accuracy rate (for classification problems). This package requires an object of class ‘task’ and an object of class ‘Learner’ from the ‘mlr’ package.

Change-Point Analysis of High-Dimensional Time Series via Binary Segmentation (hdbinseg)
Binary segmentation methods for detecting and estimating multiple change-points in the mean or second-order structure of high-dimensional time series as described in Cho and Fryzlewicz (2014) <doi:10.1111/rssb.12079> and Cho (2016) <doi:10.1214/16-EJS1155>.

Sensitivity Analysis for Comparative Methods (sensiPhy)
An implementation of sensitivity analysis for phylogenetic comparative methods. The package is an umbrella of statistical and graphical methods that estimate and report different types of uncertainty in PCM: (i) Species Sampling uncertainty (sample size; influential species and clades). (ii) Phylogenetic uncertainty (different topologies and/or branch lengths). (iii) Data uncertainty (intraspecific variation and measurement error).