Core Inflation (Inflation)
Provides access to core inflation functions. Four different core inflation functions are provided. The well known trimmed means, exclusion and double weighing methods, alongside the new Triple Filter method introduced in Ferreira et al. (2016) <https://goo.gl/UYLhcj>.

Give your Dependencies Stars on GitHub! (ThankYouStars)
A tool for starring GitHub repositories.

pinp’ is not ‘PNAS’ (pinp)
A ‘PNAS’-alike style for ‘rmarkdown’, derived from the ‘Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America’ (PNAS, see <https://www.pnas.org> ) LaTeX style, and adapted for use with ‘markdown’ and ‘pandoc’.

Transitive Index Numbers for Cross-Sections and Panel Data (multilaterals)
Computing transitive (and non-transitive) index numbers (Coelli et al., 2005 <doi:10.1007/b136381>) for cross-sections and panel data. For the calculation of transitive indexes, the EKS (Coelli et al., 2005 <doi:10.1007/b136381>; Rao et al., 2002 <doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-0851-9_4>) and Minimum spanning tree (Hill, 2004 <doi:10.1257/0002828043052178>) methods are implemented. Traditional fixed-base and chained indexes, and their growth rates, can also be derived using the Paasche, Laspeyres, Fisher and Tornqvist formulas.

Spatial Floor Simulation (Isotropic) (SpatialFloor)
Spatial floor simulation with exponential/Gaussian variance-covariance function (isotropic), with specification of distance function, nugget, sill, range. The methodology follows Nole A.C. Cressie (2015) <doi:10.1002/9781119115151>.

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