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[R] Call SAS from R
... On Wed, 24 Aug 2005, David Forrest wrote: > On Wed, 24 Aug 2005, Shin, David wrote: > ... >>> system("c:\\program files\\sas institute\\v8\\sas.exe test") >> Warning message: >> c:\program not found > > Escape the spaces too. It is trying to run the program c:\prog ...
written 12.2 years ago by ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk50 • updated 12.2 years ago by Shin, David20
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Internationalization and localization of R
... This pre-announcement is being sent for information to both R-help and BioC. Please use R-devel@r-project.org for any follow-up discussion. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- - We are about at the end of a several-week process of adding support for non-Latin ch ...
process convert written 12.8 years ago by ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk50
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Comment: C: Re: [S] Error in clustering procedure
... On Mon, 13 Sep 2004, michael watson (IAH-C) wrote: > I guess I'm coming to this late, You are, yet have overlooked important points in later parts of the thread. > but I'm pretty sure all biologists use > cluster analysis for is for finding out which genes are behaving > similarly to ...
written 13.2 years ago by ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk50
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Comment: C: Re: [S] Error in clustering procedure
... Please note my comment was not about the usefulness of clustering or even of hierarchical clustering, but about the sub-optimality of *agglomerative* clustering on large sets. If you think you need clustering with thousands of objects there are in my experience always better ways to achieve the rea ...
written 13.2 years ago by ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk50
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Answer: A: Problems with url/download and http_proxy
... The code (which you do have available to you) says http_proxy * Should be like http://myproxy/ or http://myproxy:3128/ which yours is not, so please try that format. The code suggests that the traling / can be omitted, but the words do not. -- Brian D. Ripley, ripley@stats.ox.a ...
written 15.4 years ago by ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk50

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