[R] Are you experienced in SAS and R as well? Which of these would you recommend?

Jonathan Baron baron at cattell.psych.upenn.edu
Fri Nov 23 17:55:52 CET 2001

Also, the editing features in PC-SAS are v. friendly and pleasant to
>use. This (in my view) is in contrast to R where I have to use NOTEPAD (in
>Windows anyway) to create a text file which is then included into the
>console (I find it a bit cumbersome).

Emacs, and ESS, are available for Windows, although I must admit
that it is much easier to configure them on Linux.  Other Windows
editors to try are Nedit (good for people used to Word), WinEdt
(not free) and JED.  You don't have to use Notepad.

and the bottom of http://www.psych.upenn.edu/cattell/edit.html
for others.

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