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Re: pspp and R?

From: Dr Eberhard W Lisse
Subject: Re: pspp and R?
Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 00:39:08 +0100

Hear, Hear.

I seem to recall that I asked soemthing similar way back :-)-O


In message <address@hidden>, Jeremy Gray writes:
> Howdy!
> PSPP sounds like a great idea, I look forward to seeing it realized.=20
> I'm wondering if you folks have considered using R=20
> ( as the statistical engine of PSPP, with=20
> PSPP providing an SPSS-style user interface? this could potentially=20
> speed up development of pspp, in terms of providing stats, and could=20
> make R a lot more user friendly for people used to SPSS  (e.g., most=20
> research psychologists). R has been adapted to be call-able from within=20=
> perl, for example, so I am pretty sure that what I am suggesting is=20
> feasible (no idea how easy, of course). R is widely respected, and has=20=
> a strong and active development base.
> just an idea,
> --Jeremy
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