Question: IRC channel?
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14.0 years ago by
Steve Lee30
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 14.0 years ago by Dirk Eddelbuettel80 • written 14.0 years ago by Steve Lee30
Answer: IRC channel?
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14.0 years ago by
Seth Falcon7.4k
Seth Falcon7.4k wrote:
Hi Steve, On 24 Oct 2005, neoender at gmail.com wrote: > I'm still relatively new to R and statistically analysis and I was > wondering if there was an IRC channel or something like IRC where > people from this mailing list may hang out and be willing to answer > quick questions about how to do something in R that would probably > be too trivial to clutter this mailing list with. Thank you Steve > Lee Lineberger Cancer Center UNC Chapel Hill IRC has been discussed a few times on this list. But at present, I don't think there is a definitive channel nor regulars (I could be wrong). Please feel free to: 1. Ask basic R questions on the R-help list (after reading the posting guide, etc, etc). 2. Ask Bioconductor-ish questions here (even if they are basic, that is OK). But do read the posting guides and various documentation first. 3. If you can't find an existing IRC channel, start one up and post info about it. Perhaps there will be some folks willing to join you there. Best Wishes, + seth
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Answer: IRC channel?
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Dirk Eddelbuettel80 wrote:
Seth Falcon <sfalcon at="" ...=""> writes: > On 24 Oct 2005, neoender at ... wrote: > > I'm still relatively new to R and statistically analysis and I was > > wondering if there was an IRC channel or something like IRC where > 3. If you can't find an existing IRC channel, start one up and post > info about it. Perhaps there will be some folks willing to join > you there. In fact, there is a channel '#R' on irc.oftc.net. Not too many people there on a regular basis, though. Regards, Dirk
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