### New version of the Rcmdr package

This is the massage sent by John Fox to the R-pkgs mailing list: Dear R users, I’d like to announce a new version, 1.8-1, of the Rcmdr package. The Rcmdr (“R [Read more...]

This is the massage sent by John Fox to the R-pkgs mailing list: Dear R users, I’d like to announce a new version, 1.8-1, of the Rcmdr package. The Rcmdr (“R [Read more...]

(A guest post by Camiel de Koning) ————– When trying to replicate, verify or extend empirical research of others, a researcher generally [Read more...]

I’m in the process of moving from SPSS to R at the moment. It’s not been the easiest of rides, but then learning how to do a core part of your job never really should be. It’s been fun, though – don’t get me wrong – it’s ... [Read more...]

he formatR package has been silent for quite a few months now. Recently I’ve been moving my old packages from R-Forge to GitHub, and I finally killed several things on my TODO list. In the past, I made an awkward decision to let formatR depend on the animation package, ... [Read more...]

The gWidgets framework is a way of creating graphical user interfaces in a toolkit independent way. That means that you can choose between tcl/tk, Gtk, Java or Qt underneath the bonnet. There's also a web-version based upon RApache and ExtJS. Since the code is the same in each case, ...

[Read more...]The (excellent!) LearnR blog had a post today about making a rose plot in ggplot2. Following today’s announcement, by Ian Fellows, regarding the release of the new version of Deducer (0.4) offering a strong support for ggplot2 using a GUI plot builder, Ian also sent an e-mail where he shows ... [Read more...]

Ian fellows, a hard working contributer to the R community (and a cool guy), has announced today the release of Deducer (0.4) to CRAN (scheduled to update in the next day or so). This major update also includes the release of a new plug-in package (DeducerExtras), containing additional dialogs and functionality. ... [Read more...]

Two way analysis of variance models can be fitted to data using the R Commander GUI. The general approach is similar to fitting the other types of model in R Commander described in previous posts.
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The “Statistics” menu provides access to some analysis of variance models ... [Read more...]

One way analysis of variance models can be fitted to data using the R Commander GUI. The general approach is similar to fitting the other types of model in R Commander described in previous posts.
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The “Statistics” menu provides access to some analysis of variance models ... [Read more...]

We can use the R Commander GUI to fit logistic regression models with one or more explanatory variables. There are also facilities to plot data and consider model diagnostics. The same series of menus as for linear models are used to fit a logistic regression model.
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We can fit various linear regression models using the R Commander GUI which also provides various ways to consider the model diagnostics to determine whether we need to consider a different model.
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The “Statistics” menu provides access to various statistical models via the “Fit models” sub-menu ... [Read more...]

The R Commander GUI can be used to perform classical hypothesis testing. There are menu options to undertake the variants on the t-test as well as tests on proportions or equality of variances for two samples of data.
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Previously we considered the R Commander interface as a simple GUI for the R statistical software system. Here we will look at how to undertake data manipulation and creating basic statistical summaries of data sets.
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The R Commander GUI has two menus “Data” and “Statistics” that ... [Read more...]

The R software is very powerful and flexible but one of the complaints of new users is that the learning curve is steep and can be daunting. There have been various projects to create GUIs for R with varying levels of sophistication, one of which is R Commander by John ... [Read more...]

After discovering that R is expected (this summer) to have a GUI for ggplot2 (through deducer), I later found Ian’s gsoc proposal for this GUI. Since the system is in it’s early stages of development, Ian has invited people to give comments, input and critique on his plans ... [Read more...]

I was delighted to see the following e-mail post from Dirk Eddelbuettel regarding the google-summer-of-code R google group: * * * Earlier today Google finalised student / mentor pairings and allocations for the Google Summer of Code 2010 (GSoC 2010). The R Project is happy to announce that the following students have been accepted: Colin Rundel, “... [Read more...]

It is not uncommon to see messy R code which is almost not human-readable like this: # rotation of the word "Animation" # in a loop; change the angle and color # step by step for (i in 1:360) { # redraw the plot again and again plot(1,ann=FALSE,type="n",axes=FALSE) # rotate; use ... [Read more...]

Every year, I single out what I think are the Top Five open source projects. This year, there's only one hold-over from previous years, and it's likely that I'm just going to give it a Lifetime Achievement Award and pick five others next year. 5. NetBe... [Read more...]

I've started the process of moving the content of this page to the R wiki. The motivation is that the content will become dynamic and updated much more often, people can add their own project, we can have use cases of each gui, tutorials, feature c... [Read more...]

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