[R] Project Proposal: The Gestalt System

kmself@ix.netcom.com kmself at ix.netcom.com
Mon Mar 27 21:24:15 CEST 2000

The Gestalt System project aims to develop a free, Open Source,
object-oriented software framework which makes use of other free, Open
Source software tools for the purposes of managing, analysing, and
reporting on quantitative data in a manner which is suited to modern,
networked computing environments in which processor, memory, and storage
resources are abundant but time is scarce and requirements are forever

The Gestalt System may be of particular interest to R users because
we propose to use R to provide most of the non-elementary statistical
analysis functions as well as some of the graphical facilities. Put
another way, the Gestalt System may become a useful data management
front-end for R users.

Full details of the project proposal can be found in the Gestalt System
Manifesto which is available at http://gestalt-system.sourceforge.net

We welcome any comments or suggestions you may have on the project
proposal - please send them to
gestalt-system-discuss at lists.sourceforge.net

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authors of the project proposal: Tim Churches at tchur at bigpond.com and
Karsten M. Self at kmself at ix.netcom.com

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Tim Churches (tchur at bigpond.com)
Karsten M. Self (kmself at ix.netcom.com)

Karsten M. Self (kmself at ix.netcom.com)
    What part of "Gestalt" don't you understand?
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