| S-PLUS & R
Class
LinksInstructor:
Richard
Herrington Why
Do We
Care To Use the "S" Language? Does anyone care besides us? The
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) cares S-Plus S-PLUS Student Edition
Download (Free) - Student
Edition 6.2 -
This version of S-Plus has a 20,000 cell or 1,000 row limitation; is
only for educational use; is good for only one year; and is a rather
large download (100+ meg).
S-PLUS Free Experimental
Libraries and User Contributed Libraries - Research
Libraries - Includes: S+CorrelatedData (mixed effects
generalized linear models), S+Best (B-Spline methods), S+Resample
(bootstrap library), S+Bayes (bayesian analysis), S+FDA (functional
data analysis).
- User
Contributed Libraries
Tinn-R Script Editor
R Download Site for the Current Windows
Install Binary and R Packages
Web Interfaces to R Web Servers and Example R Scripts
- R Web
Interfaces
- Web/browser based interfaces to R script processing on a server
- Example
R Scripts - Some of these scripts run on a server and
results are communicated thru a web browser
- RSS
Rweb Server -
Link to http:/rss.acs.unt.edu R server
R, R(D)COM
and
Excel R and Survey Analysis Free
R Books
and Tutorials R Homepage and Resources
- R FAQ
- The
Comprehensive R
Archive Network (CRAN) - R is `GNU S', a freely available language
and environment for statistical computing and graphics which provides a
wide variety of statistical and graphical techniques: linear and
nonlinear modelling, statistical tests, time series analysis,
classification, clustering, etc. Please consult the R project homepage
for further information.
- R
Documentation
- Resources
to
learn R - UCLA
- R
Graphics - Paul Murrell
- International Conferences - UseR 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004
UNT Benchmark Series on R Example Data SetsExample R Scripts |