[R] A very good R Tips page -- why no link to it?
z.cseres-gergely at ucl.ac.uk
Fri Jul 20 19:15:57 CEST 2001
Once in the past I found somehow a very good R Tips page and I was directed to
it again recently. It is compiled by Paul Johnson and can be found at
http://lark.cc.ukans.edu/~pauljohn/R/statsRus.html It helped me a lot, since
it is thematically structured (as opposed to the mailing list itself) and
answers many questions that occurs to an R beginner who had already done many
operations in other environments in a rather straighforward and natural way
(as opposed to many other docs).
Unfortunately, if you stick 'R tips' into Google, you do not get it and the
same happens after trying other keywords. Why can't it be listed in the Docs
section? Is there some serious objection to it or just nobody discovered it so
Hoping the best, thanks,
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