[R] References verifying accuracy of R for basic statistical calculations and tests

Clint Bowman clint at ecy.wa.gov
Thu Jul 13 20:47:39 CEST 2006

Actually, you may not want R to agree so precisely with some of the
packages since some well-known packages have some not-so-well-known

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On Thu, 13 Jul 2006, Corey Powell wrote:

> Do you know of any references that verify the accuracy of R for basic statistical calculations and tests.  The results of these studies should indicate that R results are the same as the results of other statistical packages to a certain number of decimal places on some benchmark calculations.
> Thanks,
> Corey Powell
> Clinical Data Analyst
> Broncus Technologies
> cpowell at broncus.com
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