[R-SIG-Mac] binaries for survival package?

Kasper Daniel Hansen khansen at stat.Berkeley.EDU
Tue Sep 13 18:12:16 CEST 2005

See Simon's reply. In addition, if you tell the student to start up  
the GUI and use the built-in functions found in the menubar, s(he)  
will automatically download binaries, so it really is quite simple.

There are binaries for most CRAN/Bioconductor packages (the few which  
are missing are typically missing on windows as well).


On Sep 13, 2005, at 12:15 AM, Ben Bolker wrote:

>    does anyone have a source for a binary
> (OS X.4) of the survival package?  (This is
> again for the student who I'm trying to convince
> that open-source is simple and easy ...)
> Otherwise I will try to hack through installing
> the stuff needed to compile from source,
> but I'm so ignorant of the Mac platform that
> these things tend to be harder than they
> should be.
>    thanks to all for their help with the
> last problem -- simply installing the tcltk
> libraries bundled with R seemed to do the
> trick.
>    thanks,
>      Ben Bolker
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