[R] Where is the html page that lists all functions?

Jonathan Baron baron at cattell.psych.upenn.edu
Fri Jul 6 20:45:49 CEST 2001

As an alternative to help.start(), I set up a web page on my
office computer and I plan to leave it on most of the time.  I
also installed (per the suggestion of someone on this list)
htdig, and it is set up to search the R documentation for
keywords.  Interestingly, I have not yet re-run htdig since
upgrading to R 1.3.0, and so far everything seems to work.  (But
I will do it soon.)  The page is http://finzi.psych.upenn.edu/
and it has other documentation.  This is more of an example to
imitate than something you should rely on forever.  

If you do imitate it, the trick (on Red Hat Linux 7.1) is to link
from /var/www/http/R to /usr/lib/R and then refer to the pages as
R/doc/html and R/doc/html/function.html, respectively.  This
makes sure that the base directory is set properly.

Jon Baron
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