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Re: [O] Rsquared for reproductible research

From: brian powell
Subject: Re: [O] Rsquared for reproductible research
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 10:27:37 -0500

Wow! http://rsquared.stat.uni-muenchen.de/index.rhtml looks great--very interesting--thanks for the heads-up on that link.

Worked with R/S/S-PLUS in grad school--easily my favorite language/system--especially like its ease of extensibility--reminds me of EMACS LISP!

I recognized your name, Stephen, as the long-time maintainer of the "Emacs Lisp List"--thanks for that too.  
Are you envisioning a repository beyond "Emacs Lisp List" for OrgMode implementations and/or Babel examples.
Or maybe optional extensions to OrgMode itself? Both?

Also, I very much agree that a "near exact replica" of the http://rsquared.stat.uni-muenchen.de/index.rhtml for OrgMode would be great.

Read the 3 papers on the site and came across this reference that may be interesting to OrgMode/R/Literate Programming persons:


Maybe that could be a focus of such a site if it were made?: OrgMode <=> LiterateProgramming <=> R/Bable/whatever other languages.

--where such topics intersect.

On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 7:38 AM, Stephen Eglen <address@hidden> wrote:
Following on from an old thread about self-configuring org files for
reproducible research, R users might be interested to see the following web site
which is exactly what I was thinking of for org mode (but of course, works
"only" for R packages.)



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