This is part II of the previous package creation post. I’ve created my own CRAN repository since I wanted a quick upload. Perhaps in the future I’ll post on the main server but right now it’s actually rather convenient, although it took me a while to figure out exactly how this works. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Creating an R package in Windows
Inspired by this post by Szilard Pafka I decided to do a similar adventure in a Windows environment and see what problems I run into.
Start by installing Eclipse & StatET, the installation can sometimes cause some annoyances. I’ve covered a lot of them in my previous post. Continue reading
Is the golden age of surgery over?
Any orthopaedic surgeon’s (and patient’s) nightmare is postoperative infections. Luckily these have been rare 0,5-1 %, much thanks to sterile technique and antibiotics. Dale et al’s article is therefore of considerable concern: There seems to be a significant increase the number of infections. If this is true, we may see an end to the expansion of orthopaedic surgery… Continue reading