siim at obs.ee
Wed Apr 24 13:36:38 CEST 2002
I think you should install the bundle of recommanded packages, which
includes e.g. MASS (functions from Venables & Ripley book), modreg (various
non-parametric methods), survival (which is not well suited for
econometrics). Foreign allows data conversation between various formats
(like SPSS and stata), I think it is included in recommended). If you are
working with latex, xtable may be of interest.
I think these are the packages which I am using, but I am rather a
On Tue, 23 Apr 2002, Carlos Alberto Cinquetti wrote:
|I am an economist, and I have learned about R from an statician.
|I would like to get some instructions on which packages of R should I
|install. I am intending to use R for graphical analysis, correlaction, and
|also estimation - this latter the least, since I have an econometric
|package which performes it very well. I should also mention that I am going
|to work mostly with longitudinal data.
|Note: the computer center of my school accepted installing R in our network.
|I thank you very much in advance for the attention.
|Prof. Carlos A. Cinquetti
|Dep. Economics/State University of Sao Paulo (UNESP), Brazil.
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