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Title:       rpf

# Why use RPF?

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The idea behind RPF is modularity. Most item factor analysis software
is not modular. Modularity facilitates more contributors and cross
pollination between projects.

# Installation

To get the current released version from CRAN:

```R
install.packages("rpf")
```

# Developer notes

There are a number of useful scripts in the `tools` subdir:

* `install` -- Installs the package as quickly as possible. Skips
  building the vignettes and documentation.

* `build` -- Builds a source tarball

* `check` -- Builds a source tarball and checks it

* `rox` -- Re-generates the documentation.

* `test` -- Runs the test suite using the uninstalled tests against the
  installed package.

* `autodep` -- Recalculates the header file dependences

If you're working on the C++ code, you probably want to adjust the
settings in `src/Makevars`.