Excel : : COM : : R

  title={Excel : : COM : : R},
  author={T. Baier and E. Neuwirth},
  journal={Comput. Stat.},
  • T. Baier, E. Neuwirth
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • Comput. Stat.
  • R is a powerful system for statistical computing. Its great flexibility makes it the perfect tool for a wide range of applications. Unfortunately this flexibilityalsoleadstoalevelofcomplexitywhichishardtohandleforthecasual user. On the other hand tools like Microsoft Excel are very easy to handle but are not well-suited for more complex applications. This article describes how to make use of the flexibility of R while still providing a familiar and easy to use GUI in Microsoft Excel. We will… CONTINUE READING
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