use-revolution Digest, Vol 27, Issue 137
vokey at uleth.ca
Wed Dec 28 23:51:15 CST 2005
Very nice. You do realise that you can do this (and so much more)
running shell scripts (from RR) to call R? And cross-platform, too.
Check out: <http://www.r-project.org/>
On 28-Dec-05, at 7:58 PM, use-revolution-request at lists.runrev.com wrote:
> I thought I'd just mention that "Statistics Calculator" is available
> in the Curlypaws user space.
> It takes a text file of comma separated values and calculates the
> minimum, maximum, mean, median, standard deviation, quartile 1 and
> quartile 3. It also generates a box plot of the results. You can
> open the file through the program, or use drag and drop.
> Perhaps more interestingly, it uses Altuit's Interface Designer for
> the design (which is already great to use).
> My partner is doing an Open University Maths course, so I thought I'd
> do something along these lines. I realise that Revolution has median
> and standard deviation functions - but I didn't know this when I
> started :-). Hopefully the code may be of interest to someone!
Please avoid sending me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
-Dr. John R. Vokey
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