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One of the coolest things about R is the slick way you can install packages. There is a one-line command from the R prompt that works for all but the most complicated packages (i.e. the packages that require uncommon libraries, for example).
install.packages("RadioSonde")Is, by far, the easiest way to install any R package. For packages that require specific libraries or for people who don't have permission to install packages in the main R tree (installing "locally") -- you can consult
?INSTALLfrom the R prompt.
Once you have it installed, read all about it with
help(package=RadioSonde)If you installed it "locally", you will need to specify the lib.loc argument.
Note: to use the functions of the RadioSonde package, the package must now be loaded into R. To do this,
library(RadioSonde)Again, if RadioSonde is installed locally, specify the lib.loc argument.
Only slightly harder
Download the package bundle from your nearest