[Rd] Question about Rweb
jayemerson at gmail.com
Thu Oct 6 19:07:16 CEST 2011
Simon or Jeff had best answer your latter query on
strengths/weaknesses of each model. I could hazard a guess, but would
probably be wrong. !-) I can't send attachments here, so decided to
put the draft on my blog and will revise as needed. Feedback welcome,
and I need to make it friendlier and provide more detail in places.
Apologies in advance for errors/omissions, etc... that are my own
fault, not Simon's.
On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 12:20 PM, Dirk Eddelbuettel <edd at debian.org> wrote:
> On 6 October 2011 at 09:37, Jay Emerson wrote:
> | Ted,
> | Simon may be biased, but I am not. I'm barely a few days into
> | Rserve/FastRWeb and am blown away (and frustrated that I didn't have a
> | good excuse to give it a try sooner). I'm still in the process of
> | refining my setup (including a fresh installation of Apache2 on my
> | Ubuntu box), and have documented the steps, which attempt to
> | synthesize information from Simon's various docs and from my own
> | communications with him.
> | I will make these available, but if you drop me an email I'll send you
> | my current draft. I can't wait to get beyond the obvious usage cases
> | into some of the more advanced functionality.
> I bite. Given that I already package Rserve for Debian (and hence Ubuntu)
> and may need something like FastRWeb (or Rapache) I should have a look.
> Can you send me your stuff? In a nutshell, why this and not Rapache (for
> which Jeff Horner has a ppa on launchpad so it also works out of the box).
> New Rcpp master class for R and C++ integration is scheduled for
> San Francisco (Oct 8), more details / reg.info available at
John W. Emerson (Jay)
Associate Professor of Statistics
Department of Statistics
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