[R] standing ovations
paradis at isem.univ-montp2.fr
Wed Mar 1 09:51:27 CET 2000
I join all the enthusiasm that has been expressed to the R Core Team; I
particularly agree with Jens' point of view below. Perhaps we could add our
gratefulness to the R Core Team to animate the R-help list: I've learnt a
lot about R by simply reading the illuminating answers to the many
questions that could be asked. Thanks also to Bill Venables and Brian
Ripley for giving general statistical advice that is useful to everyone.
Finally, special thanks to Guido Masarotto and Brian Ripley for providing
the Windows binaries (which I found tremendeous with the version 0.99.0a...
look forward to the 1.0.0 binary).
At 13:34 29/02/00 +0100, Jens Oehlschlägel-Akiyoshi wrote:
>I think this is a moment to lean back from daily business, details or
>whatsoever and appreciate the impressive achievment of Ross, Robert and the
>R-core team. Incredible!
>They created an impressive and extremely useful software, for teaching,
>research and more. Besides these direct practical benefits, I think this
>project is more: it gives an outstanding example of international
>cooperation and it gives access to everyone, including the not-so-rich
>countries, to tools essential to perform empirical research as they need it.
>Thank you very much
>and best wishes
>for whatever your post-1.0 plans are
>Dr. Jens Oehlschlägel-Akiyoshi
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