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Reader HW noticed this graphic (created by Gmail developers at Google) today on the Google Code blog, with the comment: "Post doesn't mention anything about R, but that's clearly an R boxplot!"
Thanks for the tip, HW!
Posted by David Smith at 14:08 in applications, R | Permalink
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It is mildly interesting to me to see that Google is using R. However what really excites me is when R uses Google. That has the potential to have one of the most powerful and flexible frontends using one of the most powerful and flexible backends. RGoogleDocs comes to mind. I am still struggling to use it. Do you have any cool (and easy) R using Google applications or scenarios?
Farrel Buchinsky |
July 02, 2009 at 20:52
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