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July 12, 2013


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I just wanted to commend the mainstream R community for incorporating performance improvements from the "competing" branch pqR. It's important that R not become fragmented and turn into another case of "Xemacs vs Emacs" or "OpenOffice vs LibreOffice".

Actually, the RSNNS package has neural networks in it. The fuzzy logic package is called "frbs".

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