[R] R Software Risk Analysis

Jeff Newmiller jdnewm|| @end|ng |rom dcn@d@v|@@c@@u@
Fri Jun 19 00:55:13 CEST 2020

R is open source software that is offered as-is, and many users of R utilize additional "contributed" packages which are developed and vetted independently of the R Core members. In addition, it is common for users of R to add minor functionality in the course of obtaining useful results, which are clearly out of scope for R Core or any CRAN package maintainers. You may be able to find consultants who will address your concerns for a fee, but AFAIK that is not a service offered by the authors and maintainers of R and CRAN.


On June 18, 2020 9:58:50 AM PDT, "Wait, Kristin" <WaitK using amc.edu> wrote:
>HI all,
>I am with a NYS major trauma center and all programs that our
>employees/providers use must be vetted through the IT Department by way
>of a Risk Analysis.
>Is there someone I would talk to about this?
>I scoured your website and could not find a specific person.
>Thank you so much
>Kristin Wait
>Albany, NY
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