About The R Journal

miércoles, 3 de junio de 2009

About The R Journal

The R Journal is the refereed journal of the R project for statistical
computing. It features short to medium length articles covering topics
that might be of interest to users or developers of R, including

* Add-on packages: short introductions to or reviews of R
extension packages.
* Programmer's Niche: hints for programming in R (or S).
* Hints for newcomers: Explaining aspects of R that might not be
so obvious from reading the manuals and FAQs.
* Applications: Examples of analyzing data with R.

Continuing from R News, The R Journal will also have a news section,
including information on

* Changes in R: new features of the latest release.
* Changes on CRAN: new add-on packages, manuals, binary
distributions, mirrors,...
* Upcoming R-related conferences.
* Reports from conferences.

The R Journal intends to reach a wide audience and have a fast-track
but thorough review process. Papers are expected to be reasonably
short, clearly written, not too technical, and of course focused on R.

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