Here you can find the links to the R code that I have written and a brief description of what it does. You may also find related papers (some of them are open access) — when you use the software, please cite them as appropriate. In particular, click here to see how to cite lqmm and any software that explicitly calls lqmm.

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lqmm 1.5.3: Fit quantile regression models for independent and hierarchical data

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pawacc 1.2.2: Process, format and store accelerometer data

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Qtools 1.2: Collection of utilities for unconditional and conditional quantiles, including functions for quantile transformation models, quantile-based imputation and quantile regression for counts

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