[R] Three most useful R package

baptiste auguie baptiste.auguie at googlemail.com
Wed Mar 3 12:01:55 CET 2010


The 3 packages I load most often are my own; typically I make a new
package for every new job. It automatically loads other packages as
dependencies (top-ranked are ggplot2, reshape, plyr) as well as my
data and functions I'm currently working with.

If some functions evolve further towards a more general use I may
consider moving them to a "clean" package on r-forge (ultimately CRAN,
but I haven't gone that far).



On 2 March 2010 21:13, Ralf B <ralf.bierig at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi R-fans,
> I would like put out a question to all R users on this list and hope
> it will create some feedback and discussion.
> 1) What are your 3 most useful R package? and

The 3 packages I load most often are my own, typically I make a new
package for a new job. It automatically loads

> 2) What R package do you still miss and why do you think it would make
> a useful addition?
> Pulling answers together for these questions will serve as a guide for
> new users and help people who just want to get a hint where to look
> first. Happy replying!
> Best,
> Ralf
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Baptiste Auguié

Departamento de Química Física,
Universidade de Vigo,
Campus Universitario, 36310, Vigo, Spain

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