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spsurvey is comprised of functions which implement algorithms for design and analysis of probability surveys. The functions are tailored for Generalized Random Tessellation Stratified survey designs.


You can install the released version from CRAN using:

# install from CRAN

You can install development version ofspsurvey from GitHub with the following:

# requires devtools to install

# install from repository

To install from GitHub with package vignettes:

install_github('USEPA/spsurvey', build_vignettes=TRUE)


An overview of the spsurvey package is provided in the users guide that is included with the package. The documentation includes a number of vignettes for the design and analysis of survey designs for point (finite), linear and area (polygons) spatial features. Vignettes are also available for typical survey analyses.


citation(package = 'spsurvey')
## To cite the spsurvey package in publications use:
##   Kincaid, T. M., Olsen, A. R., and Weber, M. H. (2019).
##   spsurvey: Spatial Survey Design and Analysis. R package
##  version 4.1.0.
## A BibTeX entry for LaTeX users is
##  @Manual{,
##     title = {spsurvey: Spatial Survey Design and Analysis},
##     author = {Thomas M. Kincaid and Anthony R. Olsen and Marc H. Weber},
##     year = {2019},
##     note = {R package version 4.1.0},
##   }

Package Contributions

We encourage users to submit issues and enhancement requests so we may continue to improve our package.

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