The FSA package provides R functions to conduct typical introductory fisheries analyses. Example analyses that use FSA can be found in the Introductory Fisheries Analyses with R book (see note below) and on the Examples page of the fishR website. You can browse documentation for functions in FSA under the References tab and recent changes under the News tab at the top of this page. Please cite FSA if you use it in a publication (and send me a note).
The most recent stable version (on CRAN) of FSA may be installed with
The most recent development version (on GitHub) may be installed with
if (!require('remotes')) install.packages('remotes'); require('remotes') remotes::install_github('droglenc/FSA')
Report questions, comments, or bug reports on the issues page.
We are always looking for others to contribute to FSA. Please feel free to make a pull request via GitHub or to contact the maintainers.
Please adhere to the Code of Conduct.
Versions of FSA beginning with v0.9.0 may no longer work as shown in the IFAR book. Many functions have not changed from when the book was published, but some have. Thus, you will need to install an FSA version before v0.9.0 to be assured that functions work as described in the IFAR book.