R-alpha: frame tools
Wed, 13 Aug 1997 09:54:31 +0200
>>>>> Peter Dalgaard BSA writes:
> Kurt Hornik <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Btw, what happened to Peter's frame tools? Is there a new version?
>> Are there plans to include them in the distribution?
> In the cooler for the time being. I did a little poking around some
> weeks ago, planning to change the syntax slightly so that there would
> be two functions, accessed as generic methods:
> I.e. subset now combines the old select.frame and subset.frame
Sounds very nice.
> I also spent a litle while pondering whether the method for
> substituting names in an object of mode "call" could be generalized
> somehow, but decided that it was probably too difficult to get it
> Then the close-xterm bug zapped the .RData in the directory where I
> had been experimenting... Actually, I hadn't done all that much,
> mainly terminology cleanup, and what was lost should be easily
(Maybe run R from within Emacs?)
> What's really keeping me is that I've decided to try using R for our
> course in basic statistics for medical researchers, so now I need to
> focus on making sure things work that I absolutely *need*, and write
> various tutorials and missing functions (anyone have logrank.test and
> kaplan.meier.plot? Working with the Windows version, that is!).
Yes, that would be nice, too. I remember you asked for that some time
What's also needed is something to produce and plot empirical
distribution functions. I thought I could write something for my
Biostat course last semester, but it never happened ...
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