[R] R-News2002-2 (little suggestion!)

Paul Murrell p.murrell at auckland.ac.nz
Fri Jun 28 02:52:16 CEST 2002


chr.schulz at email.de wrote:
> Hello,
> only a little suggestion for the great R-news, which is in my mind
> one of the best contribution to learn R and statistics for practical intentions.
> In some articles the dataSet is easy to get for everyone (i.e. the Time-Series articles ) &
> easy to follow  the examples, but sometimes it is  more diificult i.e
> the present programmer's niche with the really nice example to do
> a lot of rpart object's in one step.
> More advanced "people" are
> have got the skills to adapt this, but "beginners" like me for the last
> grid-examples get "problems" and IMHO it is more easy to understand the
> exmples with "free" dataSets - ( fast to adapt )!?

Good point!  I get frustrated when people send problems/bug reports
which do not contain the data, so I am rather embarassed that I made the
same mistake with the grid article.  

I am trying to obtain permission from the data owners so that I can make
the data set for the last grid example available.  Apologies for not
doing so from the start.

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