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

December 19, 2011

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
glm2: Fitting Generalized Linear Models with Convergence Problems 
Ian C. Marschner
Implementing the Compendium Concept with Sweave and DOCSTRIP 
Michael Lundholm
Watch Your Spelling! 
Kurt Hornik and Duncan Murdoch
Ckmeans.1d.dp: Optimal k-means Clustering in One Dimension by Dynamic Programming 
Haizhou Wang and Mingzhou Song
Nonparametric Goodness-of-Fit Tests for Discrete Null Distributions 
Taylor B. Arnold and John W. Emerson
Using the Google Visualisation API with R 
Markus Gesmann and Diego de Castillo
GrapheR: a Multiplatform GUI for Drawing Customizable Graphs in R 
Maxime Hervé
rainbow: An R Package for Visualizing Functional Time Series 
Han Lin Shang

Programmer’s Niche


Portable C++ for R Packages 
Martyn Plummer

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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