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This list is intended for questions and discussion about code development in R. Questions likely to prompt discussion unintelligible to non-programmers or topics that are too technical for R-help's audience should go to R-devel.

This is an archive for R-devel, not a forum. It is not possible to post through Nabble - you may not start a new thread nor follow up an existing thread. If you wish to post, but are not subscribed to the list through the list homepage, subscribe first and post from your subscribed email address. Until 2015-08-31, subscribers could post through Nabble, but policy has been changed as too many non-subscribers misunderstood the interface.
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by Ximin Luo
The ‘main’ R mailing list, for discussion about problems and solutions using R, announcements (not covered by ‘R-announce’ or ‘R-packages’, see above), about the availability of new functionality for R and documentation of R, comparison and compatibility with S-plus, and for the posting of nice examples and benchmarks.

This is an archive for R-help, not a forum. It is not possible to post through Nabble - you may not start a new thread nor follow up an existing thread. If you wish to post, but are not subscribed to the list through the list homepage, subscribe first and post from your subscribed email address. Until 2015-10-15, subscribers could post through Nabble, but policy has been changed as too many non-subscribers misunderstood the interface.
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by Boris Steipe
Questions and discussion about the data.table package in R. The package extends data.frame to provide keys, fast grouping, fast extract and fast joins in a short and flexible syntax.
data.table's homepage is here.
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by nick_88
Mailing list for discussions relating to use of GNU R in 'finance', i.e. financial engineering, financial economics, empirical finance, computational finance, … Rmetrics home is here.

This is an archive for R-sig-finance, not a forum. It is not possible to post through Nabble - you may not start a new thread nor follow up an existing thread. If you wish to post, but are not subscribed to the list through the list homepage, subscribe first and post from your subscribed email address. Until 2015-08-31, subscribers could post through Nabble, but policy has been changed as too many non-subscribers misunderstood the interface.
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by John Klingensmith
RCOM and RExcel are packages to use the statistics package R from as a (D)COM
client and/or server in Windows. This list discusses using these techniques.

Documentation, a Wiki and more information can be found at http://rcom.univie.ac.at
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by jamesbernal