[R] R website
istazahn at gmail.com
Thu Nov 20 22:35:39 CET 2014
This prompted me to do something I've been meaning to do for a long
time, which is to try to get the R website updated in terms of visual
style. It really is showing it's age and could use a facelift in my
opinion. Toward than end I've mocked up a copy of cran.r-project.or
using css from the python.org website. You can see the result at
http://izahn.crabdance.com/~izahn/cran-new-css . This is a rough draft
and needs to be cleaned up, but I though I would float this here first
to see if there is any hope of getting such a change to be adopted
before I spent more time on it. Feedback and comments welcome.
On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 2:36 PM, Duncan Murdoch
<murdoch.duncan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 20/11/2014 2:10 PM, Prof J C Nash (U30A) wrote:
>> I was looking at the R website (r-project.org).
>> 1) The Books page does not list several books about R, including one of
>> my own (Nonlinear parameter optimization tools in R) nor that of Karline
>> Soetaert on differential equations. How is the list updated?
>> 2) The wiki seems to be dead. Is anyone in charge of it? If not, please
>> contact me off-line. I am willing to help out (I run several Dokuwiki
> Files on www.r-project.org can be edited by any member of R core. You just
> need to convince one of us to enter it, send us the data, and the book will
> eventually show up. (To do that, take a look at the Bibtex .bib file,
> available at http://www.r-project.org/doc/bib/R.bib, and put together
> additions in a consistent format. If it is not obvious why your book should
> be included, explain why.)
> Duncan Murdoch
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