[R] Help for Linear Discriminant Analysis

Marc R. Feldesman feldesmanm at pdx.edu
Fri Dec 7 23:56:25 CET 2001

It is part of the VR package and is specifically contained in the 
"sub-package" MASS.  If you are using a recent (>= 1.3.0) version of R, it 
is on the list of recommended packages.  If you are using Windows, it is 
installed as part of the default installation.


At 07:48 AM 12/7/01, Sovan Lek wrote:
>Dear colleague,
>I'd like to compute linear discriminant analysis, using R. In the book 
>Modern applied statistic with Splus (Venables & Ripley, p. 396),  lda 
>function is used. Could you tell me where I can find this function? At 
>what site, can I download this library ?
>Thank for your help.
>Best Regards
>Prof. Sovan LEK,   E-mail: <mailto:lek at cict.fr>lek at cict.fr
>CNRS - UMR 5576    Tel. : (33) 5 61 55 86 87
>CESAC - Bat. 4R3   Fax  : (33) 5 61 55 60 96
>Uuniv. Paul Sabatier
>118 route de Narbonne
>31062 Toulouse cedex

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