Baptiste Auguie

Baptiste Auguie

8 packages on CRAN

cda

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Coupled-dipole simulations for electromagnetic scattering of light by sub-wavelength particles in arbitrary 3-dimensional configurations. Scattering and absorption spectra are simulated by inversion of the interaction matrix, or by an order-of-scattering approximation scheme. High-level functions are provided to simulate spectra with varying angles of incidence, as well as with full angular averaging.

dielectric

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Physical constants. Gold, silver and glass permittivities, together with spline interpolation functions.

egg

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Miscellaneous functions to help customise 'ggplot2' objects. High-level functions are provided to post-process 'ggplot2' layouts and allow alignment between plot panels, as well as setting panel sizes to fixed values. Other functions include a custom 'geom', and helper functions to enforce symmetric scales or add tags to facetted plots.

gridExtra

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Provides a number of user-level functions to work with "grid" graphics, notably to arrange multiple grid-based plots on a page, and draw tables.

planar

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Solves the electromagnetic problem of reflection and transmission at a planar multilayer interface. Also computed are the decay rates and emission profile for a dipolar emitter.

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Access to a family of Gauss error functions for arbitrary complex arguments is provided via the 'Faddeeva' package by Steven G. Johnson (see <http://ab-initio.mit.edu/wiki/index.php/Faddeeva_Package> for more information).

lemon

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Functions for working with legends and axis lines of 'ggplot2', facets that repeat axis lines on all panels, and some 'knitr' extensions.

Orcs

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I tend to repeat the same code chunks over and over again. At first, this was fine for me and I paid little attention to such redundancies. A little later, when I got tired of manually replacing Linux filepaths with the referring Windows versions, and vice versa, I started to stuff some very frequently used work-steps into functions and, even later, into a proper R package. And that's what this package is - a hodgepodge of various R functions meant to simplify (my) everyday-life coding work without, at the same time, being devoted to a particular scope of application.