[R] impact of R and S

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Wed Sep 3 18:43:33 CEST 2003

It is interesting how things have changed -- 5 weeks later, I review
materials collected at the JSM, and notice that Springer-Verlag's
glossy statistics catalog has 3 of 9 books on the front page directly
or indirectly related to R  (Peter D's intro book, MASS, and
Parmigiani et.al's book with a number of Bioconductor-related

(one could argue that 8 of 9 could use it -- it would be interesting
if var der Laan / Robins had an associated software toolkit, but that
would be quite a project).


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