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July 10, 2012

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David,

This is so very awesome. I thought I was in your debt before, now I am in pretty deep. :)

Hopefully the attention will ultimately spur these survey administrators within the government to release more technical examples using the R language. And having feedback / bug reports from anyone else won't hurt. ;)

In case anyone else is interested, I've uploaded my current work on the project to https://github.com/ajdamico/SAScii

And I'm also starting work on a repository of R scripts titled, 'Importation and Analysis of US Government Survey Data with R' at https://github.com/ajdamico/usgsd

Thank you again!!

Anthony

Very cool. I've run across this a number of times, and it (until now) was a true PITA.

great work Anthony!

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