Re: [R] Lattice book

From: Mark Wardle <mark_at_wardle.org>
Date: Fri, 02 May 2008 21:20:40 +0100

Sorry.

I received a very exciting email from Springer and placed my order and felt compelled to advertise it. Didn't see any previous postings about it. Hope no offence taken!

Best wishes, and well done with book. Looking forward to receiving it...

Mark

2008/5/2 Deepayan Sarkar <deepayan.sarkar_at_gmail.com>:
> On 4/30/08, Charilaos Skiadas <cskiadas@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Actually it's been out for a couple of weeks now at least.
>
> Yes, it's been out since March 12, actually.
>
>
> > I just finished
> > my first reading of it, and I must say it was spectacular. Congratulations
> > Deepayan, the book gave me exactly the kind of lattice knowledge I needed,
> > and then some. The graphics are really impressive and good illustrations of
> > what lattice can do, and I found the writing very clear, with the complexity
> > increasing at just the right speed. I definitely recommend it to anyone who
> > wants to learn how to use lattice, at any level they desire.
>
> Thanks for the great review :-)
>
> As Karl mentioned, there is a website with code and figures from the book at
>
>
> http://lmdvr.r-forge.r-project.org/
>
> I also hope to eventually write some short vignettes on topics not
> covered in the book, and put them up here. Feel free to suggest topics
> to me. And of course, please report any typos and errors.
>
> -Deepayan
>
>
>
>
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-- 
Dr. Mark Wardle
Specialist registrar, Neurology
Cardiff, UK

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