R-beta: Win95/NT

Robert Gentleman rgentlem at stat.auckland.ac.nz
Tue Dec 16 21:28:17 CET 1997

> From rossetti at stat.unipg.it Sat Dec 13 09:53 NZD 1997
> Date: Fri, 12 Dec 1997 21:47:58 +0100
> From: Andrea Rossetti <rossetti at stat.unipg.it>
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> To: Robert Gentleman <rgentlem at stat.auckland.ac.nz>,
        r-devel <r-devel at stat.math.ethz.ch>, r-help <r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch>
> Subject: Re: R-beta: new executable
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> Robert Gentleman wrote:
> > I have just put up a new executable as a replacement for the one in
> >   rseptbeta.zip
> >  there have only been a few changes; mostly to the menu's. I am about
> >  to start on a major overhaul including getting survival to work and
> >  grabbing the 0.60 version once it's stable.
> >
> > --->> Please let me know about other enhancements you want....<<---
> I'm very interested in time series anlaysis (acf, pacf, arima modelling, and 
> other) is a possible enhancement for the WINDOWS 95 version of R!(?)
> Thanks.
> Andrea Rossetti.
  Well, what I meant was enhancements to the user interface. I'm afraid that
  I don't have enough time to add statistical functionality (besides Ross
  is the time series expert) to the windows executable in the near future.
  Any enhancements made to the Unix version should be carried over. My main
  priority for the next release will be getting library to work properly and
  to document it. Of course, if anyone out there knows anything about W95
  user interface programming I would gladly step aside, creating a vacuum
  which they would be sucked into.
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