p./d./q./r: S compatibility and time-series software for R?
Fri, 13 Mar 1998 08:02:21 +0100
>>>>> Martin Maechler writes:
>>>>> "Martyn" == Martyn Plummer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Martyn> I will do this if you haven't been overrun with volunteers
Martyn> already ;)
> No, you are the first to answer.
> Thank you very much in advance!
Martyn> Some time ago you asked about a basic time series
Martyn> library for R. Did anything come of that?
> Well, yes and no (more "no"):
> 1. Paul Gilbert has made his DSE (Dynamic Systems Estimation) library
> available for testing on <<CRAN>>/src/contrib/devel/
> Unfortunately, I haven't yet had time to really look at it.
> 2. Ross Ihaka:
> Used to have a master's student looking at time series software.
> During the power failure break in Auckland (about 2 weeks ago),
> Ross said he was going home (because there was no electricity at his
> office) and would do some work on time-series stuff.
> He used to have time-series things (for R) in his private
> directories, and some of us have been begging him, to also
> ``release'' this could into <<CRAN>>/src/contrib/devel/ .
> Unfortunately, this has not yet happened.
Yes, Ross, please :-)
> 3. Kurt Hornik has ported David James' "chron" library
> (for chronological objects)
> and als put into <<CRAN>>/src/contrib/devel/ (why "devel"?).
Because it uses Inf and NaN, which are only available under 0.62.
> [Currently, the URL given in the above README doesn't work anymore..?]
now. I'll make the change.
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