ESS and Literate Statistical Practice
mnelson at esperion.com
Thu Aug 16 14:06:55 CEST 2001
I've reached a point of frustration (again) with my current methods of
documenting and reporting on my statistical investigations which are often
exploratory in nature and include a fair amount of output and copious use of
graphics. In my most recent search for examples of alternative (and
hopefully better) methods, I came across Tony Rossini's paper in the DSC2001
proceedings on Literate Statistical Practice. Having previous exposure to
literate programming, I am interested in exploring this as an option.
The change logs for ESS indicate that some functionality for this has been
incorporated. Unfortunately, I was not able to find more than a couple of
trivial examples on the S/R mailing lists. Has anyone documented how LSP
might be accomplished with ESS? If not, is anyone willing to share examples
with a few pointers for application? Other suggested methods and pointers
to class notes or publications would also be appreciated.
I work in R with ESS under Linux, and am familiar with most tools that would
Matthew R. Nelson, Ph.D.
Director, Information Systems
Esperion Therapeutics, Inc.
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email: mnelson at esperion.com
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