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Welcome to EnvStats! This user’s manual provides step-by-step guidance to using this software. EnvStats is an R package for environmental statistics. This chapter is an introduction to environmental statistics in general and EnvStats in particular, and includes information on system and user requirements, installing the software, loading and using the package, and getting technical support. The last section of the chapter provides a brief tutorial.

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Millard, S.P. (2013). Getting Started. In: EnvStats. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-8456-1_1

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