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27 AUTHORS
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-Authors of R.
-
-R was initially written by Robert Gentleman and Ross Ihaka of the
-Statistics Department of the University of Auckland.
-
-Since mid-1997 there has been a core group with write access to the R
-source, currently consisting of
-
-Douglas Bates <bates@stat.wisc.edu>
-John Chambers <jmc@research.bell-labs.com>
-Peter Dalgaard <p.dalgaard@biostat.ku.dk>
-Robert Gentleman <rgentlem@jimmy.dfci.harvard.edu>
-Kurt Hornik <Kurt.Hornik@ci.tuwien.ac.at>
-Stefano Iacus <stefano.iacus@unimi.it>
-Ross Ihaka <ihaka@stat.auckland.ac.nz>
-Friedrich Leisch <Friedrich.Leisch@univie.ac.at>
-Thomas Lumley <tlumley@u.washington.edu>
-Martin Maechler <maechler@stat.math.ethz.ch>
-Duncan Murdoch <murdoch@stats.uwo.ca>
-Paul Murrell <paul@stat.auckland.ac.nz>
-Martyn Plummer <plummer@iarc.fr>
-Brian Ripley <ripley@stats.ox.ac.uk>
-Duncan Temple Lang <duncan@wald.ucdavis.edu>
-Luke Tierney <luke@stat.umn.edu>
-
-plus Heiner Schwarte <h.schwarte@bluewin.ch> up to October 1999
-and Guido Masarotto <guido@hal.stat.unipd.it> up to June 2003.
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-HTMLDIR= ../../html
-HTMLfun= $(HTMLDIR)/funs
-
-all:
- @echo Making html documentation
- -(mkdir -p $(HTMLfun); cd $(HTMLfun); rm -f `echo * | sed /CVS/d`)
- -(mkdir -p src; cd src; rm -f `ls | sed '/CVS/d'`)
- cd src; ln -s `ls -d ../../man/* | sed '/CVS/d; /~/d'` .
- html.format
- html.aliases
- html.index > $(HTMLfun)/index.html
-
-clean:
- @echo cleaning in manual/html
- @-cd src; rm -f `ls | sed '/CVS/d'`
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-#!/bin/sh
-
-(cat << 'END'
-undefine(`eval')
-undefine(`index')
-undefine(`format')
-undefine(`include')
-undefine(`substr')
-undefine(`paste')
-define(COMMENT,`')
-define(TITLE,`
-<HEAD><title>$2</title></HEAD><BODY>
-<A NAME=HEADING1></A>
-[ <A HREF="../index.html">top</A> | <A HREF="index.html"> up</A> ]
-<CENTER><H2><I>$2</I></H2></CENTER>')
-define(USAGE,`
-<H3><I>Syntax</I></H3>
-<PRE>$1</PRE>
-')
-define(ALIAS,`dnl')
-define(BEGIN_ARGUMENTS,`<H3><I>`Arguments'</I></H3>
-<TABLE>')
-define(END_ARGUMENTS,`</TABLE>')
-define(ARGUMENTS,`
-<H3><I>`Arguments'</I></H3>
-<TABLE>
-$1
-</TABLE>
-')
-define(ARG,``<TR VALIGN=TOP><TD><CODE>$1</CODE>
-<TD>
-$2'')
-define(ITEM,`<TR VALIGN=TOP><TD><CODE>$1</CODE>
-<TD>
-$2>')
-define(DESCRIPTION,`<H3><I>`Description'</I></H3>
-$1
-')
-define(NOTE,`<H3><I>`Note'</I></H3>
-$1
-')
-define(VALUE,`<H3><I>`Value'</I></H3>
-$1
-')
-define(SECTION,`<H3><I>$1</I></H3>$2')
-define(VALUES,`<H3><I>`Values'</I></H3>
-$1
-<DL>
-$2
-</DL>
-')
-define(REFERENCES,`<H3><I>`References'</I></H3>
-$1
-')
-define(SEEALSO,`<H3><I>See Also</I></H3>
-$1
-')
-define(LINK,`<A HREF = "$1.html">$1</A>')
-define(EXAMPLES,`<H3><I>`Examples'</I></H3>
-<XMP>$1</XMP>
-')
-
-define(CTRL,`^$1')
-define(LANG,`<CODE>$1</CODE>')dnl
-define(ITALIC,`<I>$1</I>')dnl
-define(BOLD,`<B>$1</B>')dnl
-define(PARA,`<P>')dnl
-define(LDOTS,`...')
-define(EQUALS,`=')
-define(LT,``&#60;'')
-define(GT,``&#62;'')
-define(LE,``&#60;='')
-define(GE,``&#62;='')
-define(OVER,`$1 / $2')
-define(SUP,`{$1}^{$2}^')
-define(SUB,`{{$1}_{$2}_}')
-define(CHOOSE,`{\left(\begin{array}{c} $1 \\ $2 \end{array} \right)}')
-define(PAREN,`{\left( $1 \right)}')
-define(SP,`')
-define(greekAlpha,`&Alpha;')
-define(greekGamma,`&Gamma;')
-define(greekalpha,`&alpha;')
-define(greekpi,`&pi;')
-define(greekmu,`&mu;')
-define(greeksigma,`&sigma;')
-define(greeklambda,`&lambda;')
-define(boldgreekbeta,`\bold{&beta;}')
-define(boldgreekepsilon,`\bold{&epsilon;}')
-define(LOG,`\log')
-define(SQRT,`\sqrt{$1}')
-define(EQBOLD,`\bold{$1}')
-define(EQN,`<i>$1</i>')
-define(DEQN,`<P align=center>
-<I>Equations will come with HTML3</I>
-<P>')
-END
-# Fix up the input to protect things that m4 is sensitive about.
-sed '
-s/unix/M4_unix/g
-s/#/M4_HASH/g
-s/\\(/M4_LP/g
-s/\\(/M4_LP/g
-s/\\)/M4_RP/g
-s/`/M4_LQ/g
-s/'\''/M4_RQ/g
-s/,/M4_COMMA/g
-s/ @@ /,/g
-s/@@/,/g
-s/ifelse/M4_IFELSE/g
-' $*) |m4 |sed '
-/^$/d
-s/^BLANK$//
-s/DOTS/\.\.\./g
-s/M4_unix/unix/g
-s/M4_HASH/#/g
-s/M4_LP/(/g
-s/M4_RP/)/g
-s/M4_LQ/`/g
-s/M4_RQ/'\''/g
-s/M4_COMMA/,/g
-s/M4_IFELSE/ifelse/g
-'
-echo '</BODY>'
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-#!/bin/sh
-
-HTMLDIR=../../html
-
-(cd src ; grep 'ALIAS([A-Za-z.]' `ls | sed '/CVS/d'`) | sed '
-s/:ALIAS(/.html /
-s/)$//
-s/^/ln /
-s/$/.html/
-' | (cd $HTMLDIR/funs ; sh)
-
-(cd src ; grep 'ALIAS([A-Za-z.]' `ls | sed '/CVS/d'`) | sed '
-s/:ALIAS(/ /
-s/)$//
-s/^/ln /
-' | (cd src ; sh)
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-#!/bin/sh
-
-HTMLDIR=../../html
-
-for i in `ls src | sed /CVS/d`
-do
- doc2html src/$i > $HTMLDIR/funs/$i.html
- echo $i
-done
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-#!/bin/sh
-
-HTMLDIR=../../html
-
-cat > $HTMLDIR/funs/index.html << 'END'
-<HEAD><TITLE>R Function Index</TITLE></HEAD>
-<BODY LINK=#0000EF VLINK=#0000EF>
-<HR ALIGN=middle>
-<H2><CENTER><I>R Function Index<I></CENTER></H2>
-<HR ALIGN=middle>
-END
-
-grep TITLE `ls -d src/* | sed /CVS/d` | sed '
-s!src/\(.*\)TITLE(!\1@!
-s!)$!!
-s! @@ !@!
-s!:!!
-' | sort -t@ -d -f +0 | awk -F@ '
-BEGIN {k=0 ; printf("<CENTER><TABLE>\n") ; printf("<TR ALIGN=LEFT>\n")}
-{ printf("<TD WIDTH=20%%><A HREF=\"%s.html\">%s</A>\n",$2,$1)
-k=k+1 ; if(k == 5) { printf("<TR ALIGN=LEFT>\n"); k=0 }}
-END { printf("</TABLE></CENTER>\n") }
-' >> $HTMLDIR/funs/index.html
-echo '</BODY>' >> $HTMLDIR/funs/index.html
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-#!/bin/sh
-
-HTMLDIR=../../../html
-doc2html src/$1 > $HTMLDIR/funs/$1.html
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-TITLE(anova.table @@ One and Two-Way ANOVA Tables)
-USAGE(
-anova.table(data, fac1, fac2,
- print.out=true, data.order=false)
-)
-ARGUMENTS(
-ARG(data @@ either a vector of data or a matrix.
-If a matrix, the ANOVA table for a two-way ANOVA
-with one observation per cell is computed and printed,
-with the rows and columns of the matrix corresponding
-to the levels of the two factors.
-If a vector, then if the arguments
-LANG(fac1) and LANG(fac2) are both present,
-these are assumed to be the levels of the two factors
-in a two-way ANOVA.
-If only LANG(fac1) is present,
-then a one-way ANOVA table is printed.)
-ARG(fac1 @@ levels of the first factor.)
-ARG(fac2 @@ levels of the second factor.)
-ARG(print.out @@ if LANG(false), the ANOVA table is not printed.)
-ARG(data.order @@ if LANG(true), then the factor effects
-are ordered according to the order the levels first appear
-in the vectors LANG(fac1) and LANG(fac2).
-If LANG(false), the factor effects are ordered alphabetically.)
-)
-DESCRIPTION(
-The function prints out the appropriate table,
-and also returns a list whose structure is detailed below.
-)
-VALUES(
-For a one-way analysis, the returned value is a list with components: @@
-ARG(means @@ the vector of group means,
-ordered according to the value of LANG(data.order).)
-ARG(sizes @@ the vector of group sizes.)
-ARG(df @@ the within-group degrees of freedom.)
-ARG(WGSS @@ the within group sum of squares.)
-ARG(rms @@ the estimate of sigma.)
-ARG(residuals @@ the vector of residuals.)
-ARG(response @@ the name of the response.)
-ARG(level.names @@ the factor levels.)
-)
-VALUES(
-For a two-way analysis, the returned value is a list with components: @@
-ARG(row.means @@ vector of row means.)
-ARG(col.means @@ vector of column means.)
-ARG(row.effects @@ vector of row effects.)
-ARG(col.effects @@ vector of column effects.)
-ARG(I @@ number of row factor levels.)
-ARG(J @@ number of column factor levels.)
-ARG(K @@ number of observations per cel.)
-ARG(rms @@ The estimate of sigma.)
-ARG(residuals @@ the vector of residuals.)
-ARG(response @@ the name of the response.)
-ARG(row.names @@ the row factor levels.)
-ARG(col.names @@ the column factor levels.)
-)
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-TITLE(fit.line @@ Straight-Line Fit)
-USAGE(
-fit.line(x, y, int=true, draw.plot=false)
-)
-ARGUMENTS(
-ARG(x @@ a vector containing the values of the explanatory variable.)
-ARG(y @@ a vector containing the values of the response.)
-ARG(int @@ if LANG(true), an intercept is fitted, otherwise the
-intercept is set to zero.)
-ARG(draw.plot @@ if LANG(false), the line is drawn on the scatterplot.)
-)
-DESCRIPTION(
-LANG(fit.line) fits a line to a scatterplot by
-least squares, and draws the line on the plot.
-The function prints out the slope
-and intercept of the fitted line.
-)
-VALUES(
-A list having elements: @@
-ARG(coef @@ a vector containing the slope and intercept of the
-fitted line.)
-ARG(fitted @@ a vector of fitted values.)
-ARG(x @@ a vector of residuals.)
-)
@@ -1,9 +0,0 @@
-TITLE(lrplot @@ Leverage-Residual Plot)
-USAGE(
-lrplot(reglist)
-)
-DESCRIPTION(
-LANG(lrplot) draws a leverage-residual plot for the data
-in its argument.
-LANG(reglist) is assumed to have been obtained from LANG(regress).
-)
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-TITLE(regress @@ Multiple Regression)
-USAGE(
-regress(DOTS, y, intercept=true,
- print.out=true, draw.plot=true)
-)
-ARGUMENTS(
-ARG(DOTS @@ either a series of vectors,
-all of the same length, separated by commas, or a matrix.
-If the former, the vectors contain the data for the explanatory variables.
-If a matrix, then the columns contain the data for the explanatory variables.)
-ARG(y @@ a vector containing the data for the response,
-having the same length as the vectors containing
-the explanatory variables (or the same number of rows as the matrix).)
-ARG(intercept @@ if LANG(true), the model contains an intercept term,
-otherwise the intercept is set to zero.)
-ARG(print.out @@ if LANG(false), the printout is suppressed.)
-ARG(draw.plot @@ if LANG(true), a plot of residuals versus fitted values and a
-normal plot of residuals is drawn in the graphics window.)
-)
-DESCRIPTION(
-LANG(regress) calculates and prints the results of a multiple regression fit.
-LANG(regress) prints the regression coefficients,
-standard errors, t-values for a zero coefficent,
-p-values and upper and lower limits for a confidence
-interval for each regression coefficient, as well as an ANOVA table to test
-for a null regression.
-)
-VALUES(
-A list having the following elements: @@
-ARG(coef @@ a vector of estimated regression coefficients.)
-ARG(intercept @@ a logical value indicating if an intercept has been fitted.)
-ARG(fitted @@ a vector of fitted values.)
-ARG(residuals @@ a vector of residuals.)
-ARG(rms @@ an estimate of sigma.)
-ARG(df @@ the residual degrees of freedom.)
-ARG(hats @@ a vector of hat matrix diagonals.)
-ARG(covmat @@ the covariance matrix of the estimates.)
-)
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