[R] Need help with my homework

Siri Bjoner bjoner at combitel.no
Thu Jan 27 11:15:09 CET 2011

What Josh meant (I think, apologies if I'm wrong) is that this forum  
isn't for homework, your professor/tutor is there for you to ask for  
help and advice. No-one is paid to answer questions here, everyone  
does it on their own spare time, and you wouldn't expect a total  
stranger to do your homework for free, would you?

Bart has a valid point, if you were to google and try code and see if  
it works and *then* return to the forum with specific questions, it  
shows that you've tried and someone might want to help you.

Again, if you're taking a course, you should have at least one tutor  
who is supposed to be able to help you, and they should be your first  
line of questioning. They will probably also say that you should try  
some code first before asking questions...


Siterer gaja <gajahorvat at hotmail.com>:

> Hey Josh. Thanx for an explicit post, but I still can't get it. Would be nice
> if someone would just do that maths instead of posting "forum isn't for
> that". I know its for R help and that, but if I can't do it, u could, huh?
> Problem here is, because I don't have anyone here to help me. And I can't
> learn it from the guide, instructions you gave me, 1st of all, because I
> can't speak English so well. I only could learn if I see finished homework.
> If its forbiden to post it on forum, you can mail it to me... :)
> gajahorvat at hotmail.com
> Cheers
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