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Why not use R? [Bioanalytics]

posted by ElMaestro - Denmark, 2009-01-23 22:45  - Posting: # 3119
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Dear Helmut,

» That's all - not a sledgehammer to kill a mosquito, but just a tiny pin.

Aha... Tomorrow somebody's going to ask how to get and use the R commander without downloading the entire R package.
Shall we just say the R commander is a nice tool but the mozzies are still being given a thorough beating in the background by a sledge hammer with bells and whistles when the R commander is running.

EM.

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