Re: [R] Response to R across the university

From: Peter Dalgaard <p.dalgaard_at_biostat.ku.dk>
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 18:42:19 +0200

Antony Unwin wrote:
> ...
>
> The course itself went very well. We encouraged people to bring their
> laptops and work in groups. Using JGR as the interface to R helped a
> lot, as it was easier for people to load their own data and use the
> help. Of course, JGR is compulsory in Augsburg.
>
Speaking of JGR... What are the appropriate channels to complain and/or contribute? I had looked into it at an earlier point (on Fedora Linux) and got stuck on some fairly simple usability issues, like font choice and color scheme. Things like

This is all pretty trivial stuff, but the bottom line is that all the really exciting stuff isn't really of much use if students cannot read it in the back rows.

A couple other maybe not all that trivial things to do is to improve the data import (it is losing out on most of the things that I tried) and to get the wires connected between the DataTable and the edit() command.

    best
    -pd

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