Re: [R] Thank you

From: Thompson, David (MNR) <David.John.Thompson_at_ontario.ca>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 11:31:43 -0400

Yes! Again, thank you ALL very, very much. Even simply lurking on the list generates many gems worth collecting. DaveT.

>From: ctu_at_bigred.unl.edu [mailto:ctu_at_bigred.unl.edu]
>I totally agree both of you. This is a super place to mature the R.
>I learn a lot from this R heaven!
>Chunhao
>
>Quoting Esmail Bonakdarian <esmail.js_at_gmail.com>:
>> Hear hear! .. I've benefited greatly from reading the postings here
>> and some of the members have been very generous with their knowledge
too!
>>
>> Esmail>> Tubin wrote:
>>> In the past few weeks I have had to give myself a crash course in
>>> R, in order
>>> to accomplish some necessary tasks for my job. During that time,
I've found
>>> this forum to be helpful time and time again - usually I find the
answer to
>>> my problem by searching the archives; once or twice I've posted
questions
>>> and been given near-immediate solutions.
>>>
>>> I just wanted to thank the forum participants for all of their
contributions
>>> over the years!



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