Re: [R] hello Excel... (native/Package/BETA)

From: Hans-Peter <gchappi_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed 21 Jun 2006 - 03:41:53 EST

>
> - the open source compiler FreePascal potentially allows to compile for
> other platforms
> (http://www.freepascal.org/wiki/index.php/Platform_list).
> [while I am interested in this for reasons of completeness, it's
> unlikely that I will
> look into it soon without somebody funding. The Linux people probably
> won't care anyway
> and just for macs, hmm, there are still much other things I'd like to
> look into]
>

I got an email which kind of said that my use of "Linux people" is disrespectful and could imply that people who use Linux couldn't afford to supply fundings.

It is *absolutely* not meant like this, I personally have Linux machines (Debian, now Ubuntu) but currently use Windows more. My server is Suse. I just wanted to express, that on linux afaik the people don't have the data in xls-format and prefer the text format. It's from hearsay/newsgroup/and my impression from a R-course. On Macs I personally know people who do a PhD and have their data in Excel. So I though, they could be interested.

English is not my native language. Sorry for writing in a sloppy way. Hans-Peter

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