The R Journal (Volume 3/2, December 2011) is out

December 19, 2011
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The new R journal for December 2011 is out!

You can Download the complete issue from here, while refereed articles may be downloaded individually using the links below:

Table of Contents

Editorial 3
 

Contributed Research Articles

 

Creating and Deploying an Application with (R)Excel and R 
Thomas Baier, Erich Neuwirth and Michele De Meo
5
glm2: Fitting Generalized Linear Models with Convergence Problems 
Ian C. Marschner
12
Implementing the Compendium Concept with Sweave and DOCSTRIP 
Michael Lundholm
16
Watch Your Spelling! 
Kurt Hornik and Duncan Murdoch
22
Ckmeans.1d.dp: Optimal k-means Clustering in One Dimension by Dynamic Programming 
Haizhou Wang and Mingzhou Song
29
Nonparametric Goodness-of-Fit Tests for Discrete Null Distributions 
Taylor B. Arnold and John W. Emerson
34
Using the Google Visualisation API with R 
Markus Gesmann and Diego de Castillo
40
GrapheR: a Multiplatform GUI for Drawing Customizable Graphs in R 
Maxime Hervé
45
rainbow: An R Package for Visualizing Functional Time Series 
Han Lin Shang
54
 

Programmer’s Niche

 

Portable C++ for R Packages 
Martyn Plummer
60
 

News and Notes

 

R’s Participation in the Google Summer of Code 2011 64
Conference Report: useR! 2011 68
Forthcoming Events: useR! 2012 70
Changes in R 72
Changes on CRAN 84
News from the Bioconductor Project 86
R Foundation News 87


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