[R] Articles about comparision between R and others softwares
ricardoogrande at gmail.com
Sat Sep 6 20:22:08 CEST 2008
OK !!! Thank you very much
Muenchen, Robert A (Bob) wrote:
> Hi Ricardo,
> You can search for comparisons by entering the packages that interest
> you at:
> Michael Mitchell wrote an interesting comparison of SAS, SPSS, Stata and
> R at:
> That report says little about R, but Patrick Burns' excellent rejoinder
> to that report fills in much of the missing R material. It is at that
> link too.
> The accuracy of various stat packages, including R, is in:
> Keeling, Kellie B. and Pavur, Robert J. A comparative study of the
> reliability of nine
> statistical software packages. 8, May 1, 2007, Computational Statistics
> & Data Analysis,
> Vol. 51, pp. 3811-3831.
> I've got an 80-page comparison of many features of R to SAS and SPSS at:
> That document focuses more on the language basics and data management
> rather than statistics. My book by the same name adds graphics and basic
> statistics to the mix. That should finally be printed in a few weeks.
> Bob Muenchen (pronounced Min'-chen), Manager
> Statistical Consulting Center
> U of TN Office of Information Technology
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