Function reference
Diversity dynamics
Primary functions to calculate variables fo diversity dynamics, i.e. richness, origination and extinction rates and sampling.

divDyn()
 Time series from metrics of diversity dynamics

binstat()
 Sampling statistics and diversity indices in every bin

indices()
 Scalar indices of diversity

ratesplit()
 Test of rate split (selectivity)

sumstat()
 Occurrence database summary
Sampling standardization
Wrapper function and algorithms used for samplingstandardization via subsampling.

subsample()
 Subsampling wrapper function

subtrialCR()
subtrialOXW()
subtrialSQS()
 Subsampling trial functions

georange()
 Estimation of geographic ranges from occurrence data

fadlad()
 FAD  LAD matrix from occurrence data

survivors()
 Proportions of survivorship

affinity()
 Environmental affinities of taxa

singletons()
 List of singleton taxa

modeltab()
 Origination/extinction response table for statistical modelling.

matchtime()
 Match the dates of a timedependent variable with a predefined vector

cleansp()
 Cleanse Species Name Vector

omit()
 Omission of taxa that have a poor occurrence record

tabinate()
 Apply function to TAxon/BIN subset of occurrences and iterATE

tsplot()
 Time series plotting using a custom time scale

tsbars()
 Function to plot a series a values with bars that have variable widths

shades()
 Quantile plot of time series

parts()
 Plot time series counts or proportions as polygons

ranges()
 Plotting ranges and occurrence distributions through time

corals
 Fossil occurrences of scleractinian (stony) corals from the Paleobiology Database

stages
 95 bin Phanerozoic time scale based on the stratigraphic stages of Gradstein et al. 2020.

stages2018
 95 bin Phanerozoic time scale based on the stratigraphic stages of Ogg et al. (2016) with updated dates in some intervals (2018).

stratkeys
 The FossilWorksbased lookup table for the stratigraphic assignments of collections in the Paleobiology Database

tens
 The 10 million year resolution timescale of the Paleobiology Database

keys
 Keys to process stratigraphic, environmental and lithological information from the Paleobiology Database

seqduplicated()
collapse()
 Determination and omission of consecutive duplicates in a vector.

fill()
 Filling of missing values in a vector, based on the marginal values of the gaps

categorize()
 Mapping multiple entries to categories

slice()
 Discretization of continuous time dimension  slicing

streaklog()
whichmaxstreak()
 Utility functions for slicing gappy time series

repmatch()
 Replicate matching and merging