Makes it easy to build panel data in wide format from PSID delivered raw data. Deals with data downloaded and pre-processed by Stata or SAS, or can optionally download directly from the PSID server using the SAScii package. psidR takes care of merging data from each wave onto a cross-period index file, so that individuals can be followed over time. The user must specify which years they are interested in, and the PSID variable names (e.g. ER21003) for each year (they differ in each year). There are different panel data designs and two popular subsetting criteria (heads only and core sample only) implemented.
decctools provides functions for retrieving energy statistics from the United Kingdom Department of Energy and Climate Change and related data sources. The current version focuses on total final energy consumption statistics at the local authority, MSOA, and LSOA geographies. Methods for calculating the generation mix of grid electricity and its associated carbon intensity are also provided.
Compiling the NHL Real Time Scoring System Database for easy use in R
This package purposes to deal with public survey data of Japanese government via their Application Programming Interface (http://statdb.nstac.go.jp/)
A programmatic interface to openfisheries.org
This package allows to download weather data from MeteoGalicia.com (10-minutes, daily, monthly) from all stations, automatically.
The package hosts a list of functions to download, manipulate, construct and aggregate agricultural statistics provided by the FAOSTAT database of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.
okmesonet retrieves and summarizes Oklahoma (USA) Mesonet climatological data provided by the Oklahoma Climatological Survey. Measurements are recorded every five minutes at approximately 120 stations throughout Oklahoma and are available in near real-time.
A programmatic interface to fishbase.org.
This package provides infrastructure to access OpenStreetMap data from different sources, to work with the data in common R manner, and to convert data into available infrastructure provided by existing R packages (e.g., into sp and igraph objects).