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Pac-Man: Adventures in Time gives the famous round yellow fellow a fresh new 3D look and sends him off through mazes and challenging environments set throughout history. Pac-Man's temporal travels take him from a prehistoric land of dinosaurs, into an Egyptian pyramid, through a town in the old west, and even into a science-fiction future. Ghosts and other characters are often 'dressed' to match the current time period. Most of the levels view the pellet-gobbling action from a slight angle looking down on the scene, which provides a greater sense of depth. Other levels make full use of all three dimensions, sending Pac-Man to munch his way across a revolving globe or navigate his way up and down a maze carved around a giant tree trunk.

Over the past few years, 3D technology has been used to update several arcade classics. We've witnessed numerous 2D characters come to life in such titles as Frogger, Galaga, Q-Bert, Pong, Breakout and Centipede, among others, all courtesy of Hasbro Interactive. Hasbro's latest reincarnation is Pac-Man, everybody's favorite pellet-munching pal, as the classic maze game of the 1980s returns in full 3D action, just in time for it's 20th anniversary, in the all-new Pac-Man: Adventures in Time.

Much like their other arcade classic remakes, Hasbro Interactive wasn't going to be satisfied simply recreating the original title with up-to-date technology, oh no. Pac-Man: Adventures in Time tells a tale of hope and bravery. The Magical Power Pellet, which keeps Pac-Man's planet alive, has been smashed and scattered across time by his archenemies, the Ghosts. Pac-Man must use time portals from Professor Pac-Man's laboratory to travel back in time, retrieve the four pieces and return them to his planet's core before it cools, all the while trying to get home in time for supper with the wife and kids.

I'm sure many of you have seen the movie Back to the Future, we all know time travel isn't an exact science., Pac-Man will find himself bouncing back and forth between five themed, real-time 3D worlds, as he searches for the four pieces of the Magical Pellet, including the Wild West, Prehistoric, Medieval, Egyptian and Futuristic environments. There are 45 mazes in total, varying in size, shape and difficulty level. Players start out in flat mazes and progress to more challenging mazes featuring slopes, seesaws and multiple levels, while avoiding such added dangers, aside from the usual ghosts, as falling boulders, hungry alligators and slippery snakes. Also introduced later in the game are new spherical, cylindrical and cubic mazes that are definitely more challenging.

Pac-Man has changed a bit over the last 20 years. For starters, there are two different views available in the game. The original top-down angle is available, but for more of a challenge, a 3D view is also in the cards, which gets you up close and personal with Pac-Man and the environment. Pac-Man has also developed the ability to jump over obstacles and enemies if need be. The jump button cannot be used continually though, as it takes a number of seconds for Pac-Man to get his legs back after making a jump. So if you think you're cornered or you feel a falling boulder is going to get the best of you, the jump button just might save the day for Pac-Man. Besides the 45 mazes available, Pac-Man: Adventures in Time also includes several mini-games. Some of the mini-games are based on classic games like Concentration and Cups 'n Ball, but there are also some original mini-games such as Cannibal Dash, Railcart Rush, Asteroid Antics and Dot Mania.

Graphically, Pac-Man: Adventures in Time is much like Hasbro Interactive's other remakes, colorful and upbeat. The game opens with a nice cinematic and as you complete each series of mazes, movies help advance the story and set-up the next world. With a wide assortment of characters and environments available in the game, I was more than pleased with the visual presentation of the game. For those fans of the original, you'll be happy to know that many of the sounds from the original game are used in this remake as well. The music and sound effects will have you remembering days gone by in the arcades playing this addictive classic, while the speech during the cinematics is solid as well.

Pac-Man: Adventures in Time isn't without a fault or two. For starters, the new 3D view can be a bit of a pain sometimes. When moving in a Northerly direction, you can see quite a ways ahead of you, but when you move in a Southerly direction, you can't see much. This caused me to run into one of my Ghostly enemies a number of times, because my sight was limited. I also found the game stalled on a few occasions, including right in the middle of a maze a few times. On top of that, the controls aren't as responsive as they probably should be. There were many times when I tried to make a left or a right, but all for not.

Pac-Man: Adventures in Time does feature multiplayer via the Internet or LAN connections. You can compete against your friends for highest score on a number of different mazes. There's no match-making service currently set-up, so it might be a little difficult finding opponents to play against. In terms of the single player game, you can save your game every three to five mazes, but your lives won't be replenished the next time you load up a saved game. If you save a game after the third maze with only two lives left, you'll have two lives every time you load up the game from that point. This kind of system does an excellent job in terms of challenging players, but also gives players the opportunity not to have to play through prior mazes.

Overall, Pac-Man: Adventures in Time is a great re-creation of the arcade classic. The best part is the fact that the addictive gameplay, which made the original so popular, remains the same. The addition of cylindrical and spherical mazes is a welcome change from the usual flat mazes, and the inclusion of slopes, bridges and other various objects, as well as dangers and enemies, increases the gameplay value considerably. The responsiveness of the controls and the overall feel of the 3D view could be a little better, but the game is just too fun not to enjoy. Whether you're a younger gamer, a casual gamer, or a fan of the original Pac-Man, Adventures in Time will certainly fill your arcade fix.

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2.1 Download offline handbook

You can download the offline version of this handbook as an HTML file so that you can view the file in your web browser even if you no longer have internet access. If you are considering offline use of the Epi R Handbook here are a few things to consider:

  • When you open the file it may take a minute or two for the images and the Table of Contents to load
  • The offline handbook has a slightly different layout - one very long page with Table of Contents on the left. To search for specific terms use Ctrl+f (Cmd-f)
  • See the Suggested packages page to assist you with installing appropriate R packages before you lose internet connectivity
  • Install our R package epirhandbook that contains all the example data (install process described below)

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There are two ways you can download the handbook:

Use download link

For quick access, right-clickthis linkand select “Save link as”.

If on a Mac, use Cmd+click. If on a mobile, press and hold the link and select “Save link”. The handbook will download to your device. If a screen with raw HTML code appears, ensure you have followed the above instructions or try Option 2.

Use our R package

We offer an R package called epirhandbook. It includes a function download_book() that downloads the handbook file from our Github repository to your computer.

This package also contains a function get_data() that downloads all the example data to your computer.

Run the following code to install our R package epirhandbook from the Github repository appliedepi. This package is not on CRAN, so use the special function p_install_gh() to install it from Github.

Download

Now, load the package for use in your current R session:

Next, run the package’s function download_book() (with empty parentheses) to download the handbook to your computer. Assuming you are in RStudio, a window will appear allowing you to select a save location.

2.2 Download data to follow along

To “follow along” with the handbook pages, you can download the example data and outputs.

Use our R package

The easiest approach to download all the data is to install our R package epirhandbook. It contains a function get_data() that saves all the example data to a folder of your choice on your computer.

To install our R package epirhandbook, run the following code. This package is not on CRAN, so use the function p_install_gh() to install it. The input is referencing our Github organisation (“appliedepi”) and the epirhandbook package.

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Now, load the package for use in your current R session:

Next, use the package’s function get_data() to download the example data to your computer. Run get_data('all') to get all the example data, or provide a specific file name and extension within the quotes to retrieve only one file.

The data have already been downloaded with the package, and simply need to be transferred out to a folder on your computer. A pop-up window will appear, allowing you to select a save folder location. We suggest you create a new “data” folder as there are about 30 files (including example data and example outputs).

Once you have used get_data() to save a file to your computer, you will still need to import it into R. See the Import and export page for details.

If you wish, you can review all the data used in this handbook in the “data” folder of our Github repository.

Download one-by-one

This option involves downloading the data file-by-file from our Github repository via either a link or an R command specific to the file. Some file types allow a download button, while others can be downloaded via an R command.

Case linelist

This is a fictional Ebola outbreak, expanded by the handbook team from the ebola_sim practice dataset in the outbreaks package.

  • . The “raw” case linelist is an Excel spreadsheet with messy data. Use this to follow-along with the Cleaning data and core functions page.

  • . Use this file for all other pages of this handbook that use the linelist. A .rds file is an R-specific file type that preserves column classes. This ensures you will have only minimal cleaning to do after importing the data into R.

Other related files:

  • Part of the cleaning page uses a “cleaning dictionary” (.csv file). You can load it directly into R by running the following commands:

Malaria count data

These data are fictional counts of malaria cases by age group, facility, and day. A .rds file is an R-specific file type that preserves column classes. This ensures you will have only minimal cleaning to do after importing the data into R.

Likert-scale data

These are fictional data from a Likert-style survey, used in the page on Demographic pyramids and Likert-scales. You can load these data directly into R by running the following commands:

Flexdashboard

Below are links to the file associated with the page on Dashboards with R Markdown:

  • To download the R Markdown for the outbreak dashboard, right-click this link (Cmd+click for Mac) and select “Save link as”.
  • To download the HTML dashboard, right-click this link (Cmd+click for Mac) and select “Save link as”.

Contact Tracing

The Contact Tracing page demonstrated analysis of contact tracing data, using example data from Go.Data. The data used in the page can be downloaded as .rds files by clicking the following links:

NOTE: Structured contact tracing data from other software (e.g. KoBo, DHIS2 Tracker, CommCare) may look different. If you would like to contribute alternative sample data or content for this page, please contact us.

TIP: If you are deploying Go.Data and want to connect to your instance’s API, see the Import and export page (API section) and the Go.Data Community of Practice.

GIS

Shapefiles have many sub-component files, each with a different file extention. One file will have the “.shp” extension, but others may have “.dbf”, “.prj”, etc.

The GIS basics page provides links to the Humanitarian Data Exchange website where you can download the shapefiles directly as zipped files.

For example, the health facility points data can be downloaded here. Download “hotosm_sierra_leone_health_facilities_points_shp.zip”. Once saved to your computer, “unzip” the folder. You will see several files with different extensions (e.g. “.shp”, “.prj”, “.shx”) - all these must be saved to the same folder on your computer. Then to import into R, provide the file path and name of the “.shp” file to st_read() from the sf package (as described in the GIS basics page).

If you follow Option 1 to download all the example data (via our R package epirhandbook), all the shapefiles are included.

Alternatively, you can download the shapefiles from the R Handbook Github “data” folder (see the “gis” sub-folder). However, be aware that you will need to download each sub-file individually to your computer. In Github, click on each file individually and download them by clicking on the “Download” button. Below, you can see how the shapefile “sle_adm3” consists of many files - each of which would need to be downloaded from Github.

Phylogenetic trees

See the page on Phylogenetic trees. Newick file of phylogenetic tree constructed from whole genome sequencing of 299 Shigella sonnei samples and corresponding sample data (converted to a text file). The Belgian samples and resulting data are kindly provided by the Belgian NRC for Salmonella and Shigella in the scope of a project conducted by an ECDC EUPHEM Fellow, and will also be published in a manuscript. The international data are openly available on public databases (ncbi) and have been previously published.

  • To download the “Shigella_tree.txt” phylogenetic tree file, right-click this link (Cmd+click for Mac) and select “Save link as”.
  • To download the “sample_data_Shigella_tree.csv” with additional information on each sample, right-click this link (Cmd+click for Mac) and select “Save link as”.
  • To see the new, created subset-tree, right-click this link (Cmd+click for Mac) and select “Save link as”. The .txt file will download to your computer.

You can then import the .txt files with read.tree() from the ape package, as explained in the page.

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Standardization

See the page on Standardised rates. You can load the data directly from our Github repository on the internet into your R session with the following commands:

Time series and outbreak detection

See the page on Time series and outbreak detection. We use campylobacter cases reported in Germany 2002-2011, as available from the surveillance R package. (nb. this dataset has been adapted from the original, in that 3 months of data have been deleted from the end of 2011 for demonstration purposes)

We also use climate data from Germany 2002-2011 (temperature in degrees celsius and rain fail in millimetres) . These were downloaded from the EU Copernicus satellite reanalysis dataset using the ecmwfr package. You will need to download all of these and import them with stars::read_stars() as explained in the time series page.

Survey analysis

For the survey analysis page we use fictional mortality survey data based off MSF OCA survey templates. This fictional data was generated as part of the “R4Epis” project.

Shiny

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The page on Dashboards with Shiny demonstrates the construction of a simple app to display malaria data.

To download the R files that produce the Shiny app:

You can

You can that contains malaria data for the Shiny app. Note that you may need to store it within a “data” folder for the here() file paths to work correctly.

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You can that should run prior to the app opening, as explained in the page.

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You can that is sourced by global.R. Note that you may need to store it within a “funcs” folder for the here() file paths to work correctly.