[R-sig-Geo] Seeking local help
Roger.Bivand at nhh.no
Sat Mar 10 08:59:27 CET 2007
The chance that a spatial search will place experienced users of the
contributed heir.part package (not revised since November 2005) close to
you is not large, given that (then) both authors were at Monash in
Australia. Please consider contacting them directly with your question,
the email addresses are in:
The regular R-help list sometimes has ads for paid courses,
xlsolutions-corp.com had one March 8.
On Fri, 9 Mar 2007, William EspenshadeIII wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am new to R, and would like to speak with someone on the phone or in
> person about it's use.
> I've read a great deal of the .pdf's that come packaged with the
> program, and still have not found enough of what I would like to
> know. It seems a few minutes conversation with a versed R user would
> be a great help.
> I have general questions, and specific about the heir.part module.
> I'm at Villanova University in the Philadelphia PA, USA - part of the
> My phone is 215-483-7675, most often after 2:30 pm weekdays works best.
> Or please let me call you. I'd be happy to sponsor a local
> conversation at the tavern of your choice.
> Thanks, kind regards.
> Will Espenshade
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