[R] Apropos the day...
paul at paulhurley.co.uk
Thu Nov 25 22:55:48 CET 2010
I'll second that.
On 25/11/10 21:25, Spencer Graves wrote:
> ditto. Spencer Graves
> On 11/25/2010 1:20 PM, Dennis Murphy wrote:
>> Since today is American Thanksgiving, I want to thank:
>> (a) R-core for all of their efforts to produce what is, IMHO,
>> the best statistical software around, not simply for the
>> convenience of doing more, better, quicker, but also
>> because it changes the landscape in the way one
>> thinks about data analysis. It's a fantastic playground
>> for a statistician and I enjoy using it immensely.
>> (b) All the folks on R-help who have asked interesting,
>> thought-provoking questions and those who have
>> provided even more thought-provoking and insightful
>> answers. I have learned so much from this forum in
>> the year or so since I rejoined it and I want to express
>> my appreciation for that to all of you.
>> (c) All the package developers who expand the capabilities
>> of the software and/or simplify the workflow - you
>> do a great service to the community with your efforts.
>> (d) All of you who have written books or tutorials about R
>> and those who host R-related web sites for your efforts
>> to transfer your cumulative knowledge to the community.
>> (e) All those kindly people who do yeoman work in the
>> background to make this list and project run more smoothly
>> and productively.
>> (f) Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman, without whom
>> this community would not exist.
>> (g) Anyone else I forgot who deserves some props for their
>> work in making this one of the top open-source
>> success stories around.
>> To the Americans on this list, Happy Thanksgiving, and to
>> the rest of you, thank you for making this such a vibrant
>> professional community.
>> Best regards to all,
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