AMR (for R)

AMR (for R)

Not a developer? Then please visit our website to read about this package.

It contains documentation about all of the included functions and also a comprehensive tutorial about how to conduct AMR analysis.

Development source

NOTE: the original source code is on GitLab (, so you can report a bug at There is a mirror repository on GitHub ( As the mirror process is automated by GitLab, both repositories always contain the latest changes.

This is the development source of AMR, a free and open-source R package to simplify the analysis and prediction of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and to work with microbial and antimicrobial properties by using evidence-based methods.


Matthijs S. Berends 1,2,a, Christian F. Luz 1,a, Erwin E.A. Hassing2, Corinna Glasner 1,b, Alex W. Friedrich 1,b, Bhanu N.M. Sinha 1,b

1 Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Groningen, University Medical Center Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands -
2 Certe Medical Diagnostics & Advice, Groningen, the Netherlands -
a Thesis dissertant
b Thesis advisor

How to get this package

All stable versions of this package are published on CRAN, the official R network with a peer-reviewed submission process.

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This is the latest development version. Although it may contain bugfixes and even new functions compared to the latest released version on CRAN, it is also subject to change and may be unstable or behave unexpectedly. Always consider this a beta version. All below ‘badges’ should be green:

Development Test Result Reference
All functions checked on Linux pipeline status GitLab CI [ref 1]
All functions checked on Windows AppVeyor_Build Appveyor Systems Inc. [ref 2]
Percentage of syntax lines checked Code_Coverage Code_Coverage Codecov LLC [ref 3]

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This R package is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) v2.0. In a nutshell, this means that this package: