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- A good introduction and help to UNIX.
- A good book UNIX about, just 100 pages but very helpful for beginners, is Learning the UNIX Operating System, 4th Edition.
- Blobs in R A web page about programming around R memory problems.
- R on 64 bit and 32 bit You need to read this if you compile R packages yourself.
- Using Sweave to put R into LaTeX
- Calling C and Fortran from R
- Highlighting LaTeX in Emacs
- OpenOffice.org 1.0.2 (the latest and greatest version of what in proprietary form is called StarOffice)
- ESS (emacs speaks statistics) local info, mainly where it is
- Colorful Plots in R and S-PLUS
- Charlie's Linux FAQ
- Downloading and Using R
- Using the R API Standalone
- Linux Conversion Hints - January 2001
- S-PLUS 5.1 Info
- R and Rweb Info
- Creating Web Pages.
- Java, JPython, and Java 1.3 Netscape Plug-in
- Getting Started with Mathematica
- The TeX and LaTeX Catalogue
- An Introduction to S and S-PLUS
- Info about AMS-LaTeX
Including PostScript in LaTeX2e
- Documentation for RanLib Libraries
- Links for Help with LaTeX
- Files: Mailing, Compressing, Archiving, ...
Thesis, Preparation of Doctoral
Questions About Remote Access to the Statistics Network and Computers
- How do I set up and use my University of Minnesota E-mail or Internet account?
- How can I dial into the campus modem pool and start up a connection?