[R] R post-hoc and GUI

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Tue Sep 14 12:48:51 CEST 2004

More importantly -- if you are looking for something "not beta", you
need to be very careful.  "beta" quality is in the eyes of the
claimer, and it isn't uniform.  

In fact, while you could wrap up a usable GUI for your specific needs,
it might be less of a waste of time to write simple functions and
spend the time with training.

Why, I can imagine that the arguments about GUIs would waste more time
than would be spent creating a cheatsheet and the functions/scripts to
simplify everything.

Of course, your situation might differ.


Christian Schulz <ozric at web.de> writes:

> Perhaps the package Rcmdr is a compromise for the 
> people don't like command-line  software.
> christian
> Am Dienstag, 14. September 2004 12:02 schrieb Paolo Ariano:
>> Hi *
>> i've done my anova anlysis but now i need post-hoc test, are these
>> included in R ?
>> I've a Big problem, working with people that don't like to use
>> command-line software (but prefer something like openoffice) does
>> someone is trying to do a usable GUI for R ? i'm reading something on R
>> commander SciView and others but all seem to be beta. I'd like to make
>> possible to make anova and post-hoc more simple to my collegues ;)
>> thanks
>> paolo
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