Over the last few month, i've used Julia for GLM and MixedModels, as I frequently used lme4 on large dataset, an area where Julia provides great improvements.
Yet i'm still using R for a number of task, mainly data management but also Geometric Data Analysis.
I know that several methods are already included in the DimensionalityReduction package : https://github.com/JuliaStats/DimensionalityReduction.jl
I tend to use more complex techniques such as k-table analysis and dual k-table analysis.
Those are frequent among biologists for ecological data analysis.
I would be greatly interested in porting/implementing those techniques in Julia, following the work put in the R package called ADE4.
I'm not yet skilled enough to code those functions by myself but I'm willing to learn.
Does anyone share interest for those techniques ? It would be great to share the burden among several people.
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