R-beta: cite R -- how?

Uwe Koloska koloska at Rcs1.urz.tu-dresden.de
Thu Jul 23 11:27:40 CEST 1998

On Wed, 22 Jul 1998, Jonathan Myles wrote:

> (I posted this about a week ago but it didn't seem to appear. Did you get
> it ?)
> @article{ihaka:gentleman:96,
>   author =       {Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman},
>   title =        {R: A Language for Data Analysis and Graphics},
>   journal =      {Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics},
>   year =         {1996},
>   volume =       {5},
>   number =       {3},
>   pages =        {299--314}
> }

Yes, thank You! It's now in the bibliographie of a paper for the german
ESSV (Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung -- Electronic Signal
Processing for Speech) ;-)

I have made the statistical calculations and graphics for phoneme length
with R. It did a very good job! Despite any IsoLatin Characters from
German ... But I have provided a first patch, that changes the Postscript
Encoding from just AdobeStandard to IsoLatin1. So it is not a very good
one -- it works ;-)


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