R-beta: Re: WWWADMIN: Survival Analysis & Factors in R

Peter Dalgaard BSA p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Wed May 6 15:07:57 CEST 1998

Friedrich Leisch <Friedrich.Leisch at ci.tuwien.ac.at> writes:

> >>>>> On Wed, 6 May 1998 12:14:54 +0100 (British Summer Time),
> >>>>> Mark Tucker (MT) wrote:
> MT> Please could you tell me where I can find the latest=20
> MT> version of R which will run in Windows 3.11 {with=20
> MT> Microsift's 32-bit adjustment present}
> MT> Ideally, I am looking for a version which will do survival=20
> MT> analysis & handle 'factors' in analysis of variance
> I've never used any of the windows versions of R, so I'm not to sure
> about their capabilities. I think that the latest3.11 version (can be
> found on CRAN in the directory bin/ms-windows) is rather ancient,
> but it seems to have support for survival analysis.

I'm afraid that it doesn't... This relies on having a working dyn.load
and as far as I remember, the support for that in the latest version
that will run under win3.x was too sketchy to support survival4. The
recent (mingw32) port of 0.61.1 does not run with win32s, but Guido
Masarotto (sp?) is currently testing whether RSXNT is a viable

I presume that more than simple Kaplan-Meier plots and logrank tests
are required? I have interpreted code for those which runs with the
available binaries.

Actually, none of the versions have run too well with win32s. There
has been trouble with printing graphics etc. Are you sure that you
don't just want to upgrade?

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