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

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Fri Nov 23 21:48:54 CET 2001

>>>>> "JB" == Jonathan Baron <baron at cattell.psych.upenn.edu> writes:

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

Note that Emacs/ESS works for both SAS and R/S-PLUS.  It's one of the
more useful/amusing features, IMHO.  The Literate Statistical Practice
tools for Emacs/ESS (a take-off on literate programming with Noweb)
allow you to write code for both SAS and R from the same "document"
(literate programs combine source code as well as commentary; I'll
refrain from calling it documentation, since it ought to be more in
this context).


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