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eiCompare compares estimates from ecological inference routines (EI versus RxC). The package is available on CRAN, R's primary library repository, so within the R console users can type install.packages("eiCompare") to install the package. A github development version is also available. I am the author and maintainer, should you have any issues with the code or operability, please send me an email.
RTextTools is a one-stop-shop for supervised learning quantitative text analysis. I am one of the lead authors of the package, although Tim Jurka is the maintainer, and ultimately the lead author. The package is available on the CRAN.
Rweights was designed to iteratively automate survey post-stratification demographic weighting, using a standard raking routine. I developed this when I worked for the Washington Poll to make nightly weighting of data fast and easy, however the version never got past beta. If you are interested in using it, send me a line.
Rvoterdistance was designed primarily to calculate the distance between voters (usually from a voter file) and drop box locations, or all polling locations, then return the closest box to their residence. The code expedites the calculation process by porting the distance calculation to C++, improving speeds dramatically. The package is available on CRAN. Simply type install.packages("Rvoterdistance"). The development version is on github: install_github("lorenc5/Rvoterdistance"). Please send me a note if you have any questions or suggestions.