From: A.J. Rossini (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 21 Jan 2003 - 17:26:48 EST
In the process of setting up a more effective spam filtering system, I
just noticed that bogofilter, which implements extensions of the (a?)
"Naive Bayes" text classification approach, will dump out R data
frames; the man page suggests how to "integrate" it with R for
verification. (sort of, that is).
Anyway, for those of you looking for silly and perhaps interesting
problems/datasets for your engineering or comp-sci statistics classes,
this one looks quite amusing...
Looks like Eric Raymond knows (about) R -- a script is apparently
included in the source according to the man page, though I couldn't
find it in the Debian package.
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