Miscellaneous Functions for Panel Data, Quantiles, and Printing Results (BMisc)
These are miscellaneous functions for working with panel data, quantiles, and printing results. For panel data, the package includes functions for making a panel data balanced (that is, dropping missing individuals that have missing observations in any time period), converting id numbers to row numbers, and to treat repeated cross sections as panel data under the assumption of rank invariance. For quantiles, there are functions to make ecdf functions from a set of data points (this is particularly useful when a distribution function is created in several steps) and to combine distribution functions based on some external weights; these distribution functions can easily be inverted to obtain quantiles. Finally, there are several other miscellaneous functions for obtaining weighted means, weighted distribution functions, and weighted quantiles; to generate summary statistics and their differences for two groups; and to drop covariates from formulas.

Simulate and Evaluate Time Series for Environmental Epidemiology (eesim)
Provides functions to create simulated time series of environmental exposures (e.g., temperature, air pollution) and health outcomes for use in power analysis and simulation studies in environmental epidemiology. This package also provides functions to evaluate the results of simulation studies based on these simulated time series. This work was supported by a grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (R00ES022631) and a fellowship from the Colorado State University Programs for Research and Scholarly Excellence.

REgularization by Denoising (RED) (redR)
Regularization by Denoising uses a denoising engine to solve many image reconstruction ill-posed inverse problems. This is a R implementation of the algorithm developed by Romano et.al. (2016) <arXiv:1611.02862>. Currently, only the gradient descent optimization framework is implemented. Also, only the median filter is implemented as a denoiser engine. However, (almost) any denoiser engine can be plugged in. There are currently available 3 reconstruction tasks: denoise, deblur and super-resolution. And again, any other task can be easily plugged into the main function ‘RED’.

Multivariate Pseudo-Random Number Generation (MultiRNG)
Pseudo-random number generation for 11 multivariate distributions: Normal, t, Uniform, Bernoulli, Hypergeometric, Beta (Dirichlet), Multinomial, Dirichlet-Multinomial, Laplace, Wishart, and Inverted Wishart.

Track Changes in Data the Tidy Way (lumberjack)
A function composition (‘pipe’) operator and extensible framework that allows for easy logging of changes in data.