The official vignette provides a good starting point. To get it, install gsw and then type vignette("gsw") in an R console. Alternatively, click here to get a vignette for the development version.

Below is a list of functions provided by gsw. The links under the function names connect to the relevant TEOS-10 documentation. Note that the function names match those used in the Matlab version, and that the arguments also match except that longitude and latitude are used instead of abbreviations.

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