Re: [R] Easy, Robust and Stable GUI???

From: Wensui Liu <liuwensui_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed 25 Jan 2006 - 03:59:02 EST

Pat,

For your own good, use the script. Once script's done, you just reuse the same script every year to each your students.

How sweet is that! ^_^.

On 1/23/06, pat_primate (sent by Nabble.com) <lists@nabble.com> wrote:
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> I know that this isn't really a R help question, but I am a psychology
> student at TRU (tru.ca) and my psych department is going to be switching
> statistical software in the near future. I thought this might be a good
> oppertunity to advocate for open source if an acceptable option is
> available. I have looked around a bit and R seems to be the most stable and
> mature (not to mention powerful) open source statistical program going. The
> only downfall is that the school has been using spss for years and would
> demand a similarly user friendly GUI based statistical program to replace
> it. I have looked at a few of the R guis and most of them look like they
> are just command line interfaces in pretty desktop windows and not really a
> gui like spss. If anyone knows of any stable, userfriendly and robust guis
> for R that would be similar to using spss please let me know, as I would
> love for my school to start embracing open source software.
>
> Thanks
>
> Pat
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WenSui Liu
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Senior Decision Support Analyst
Health Policy and Clinical Effectiveness
Cincinnati Children Hospital Medical Center

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