[R] Factor Analysis?

A.J. Rossini rossini at biostat.washington.edu
Wed Feb 2 18:11:22 CET 2000

    >> Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2000 16:28:40 +0100 From: Maria Wolters

    >> Judging from the contributions to the list, R seems to be quite
    >> popular in the statistics / applied statistics (biostatistics)
    >> community. I think it's time for other communities to join in
    >> the effort and contribute packages.  Sociology, psychology,
    >> media studies, anyone? Linguistics? (will the physicist in the
    >> back row please stop laughing ... ;)

Sure, some of us are working on detailing how to use R for Social
Network Analysis, among other things (as well as implementing some of
the "less traditional" methods found there...).

Of course, we know that all fields come under the heading
"biostatistics" or "applications of biostatistics", so your first
sentence covers most fields of endeavor...


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