> "Also, have you worked through the vignettes associated with the "zoo"
> package? If no, you might find that quite useful. [Are you aware that
> edit(vignette(...)) will provide a script file with the R code discussed
> in the vignette, which can be viewed in Adobe Acrobat while you are
> working throught the examples line by line, modifying them, etc.? I've
> found this to be very useful. If you use XEmacs, "edit(vignette(...))"
> I've also found the dse bundle and its vignettes very interesting and
> Dear Sir:
> do you think you might be willing to provide a specific line i could
input to th R console to try what you suggest above?
> it does seem from what you say that if one can do this once, that
would open the door to apply this tactic for learning.
> would i type "install" zoo or something like that at the prompt?
> what might i type to fill in the edit(vignette(...)) prompt with a
meaningful query (meaningful in that it makes sense and would provide
> this might be good for some of us R beginners as this post of yours
suggests a shot at a real breakthrough in learning technique.