Optimization of Sample Configurations using Spatial Simulated Annealing
To get the current released version from CRAN:
install.packages("spsann", dependencies = TRUE)
To get the current development version from GitHub (you may have to install the
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("samuel-rosa/spsann")
We use the fork & pull collaborative development model. This means that anyone can fork the
spsann repository and push changes to their personal fork without requiring access be granted to the source
spsann repository. The changes will be reviewed and, if pertinent, will be pulled into the source
spsann repository by the project maintainers.
We use the fork & pull collaborative development model mainly because it reduces the amount of friction for new contributors. It makes it easier for others to contribute. Besides, it is very popular with open source projects because it allows people to work independently without upfront coordination. Visit https://help.github.com/articles/using-pull-requests/ for more details on how to fork a repository and make pull requests.