ggrothendieck at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 20:47:04 CEST 2006
On Windows, right click the web page, choose Properties and
copy the url there.
On 4/25/06, Spencer Graves <spencer.graves at pdf.com> wrote:
> <see inline>
> hadley wickham wrote:
> >>The R Web site is working fine. <snip>
> > As an experienced user of the R website, this probably is true for
> > you. However, there are a number of confusing problems for new users
> > of the site:
> > * how do you download R?
> > * how do you bookmark a specific page?
> *** If I find something with "R Site Search" on "www.r-project.org", I
> can NOT just copy the web address into an email, because the "address"
> is still "www.r-project.org". However, if I use RSiteSearch from within
> R, I get an honest address (like
> "http://finzi.psych.upenn.edu/R/Rhelp02a/archive/47417.html"), which I
> can then paste into an email like this.
> If it weren't too difficult to display the address for each item
> retrieved from the archives, it would make it easier it use "R Site
> Search" without opening R.
> Thanks to all the core R team, including Jonathan Baron, whose
> support of "R Site Search" has prevented me from "tearing my hair out"
> on many occasions (and I don't have much left to tear out). When people
> ask me questions about S-Plus, I often go to "R Site Search", and then
> see if I can somehow use in S-Plus any R solution I find.
> Best Wishes,
> spencer graves
> p.s. I also have a strong preference for avoiding fancy features. I've
> been burned so many times with viruses and software that never performed
> as advertized for many unknown reasons that I routinely check "no" when
> asked if I want to install "Micromedia Flash", and I hope I won't have
> to install it to use a future version of "www.r-project.org".
> > * what is that giant graphic on the home page?
> > Hadley
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