Re: Bug#320275: mailing list for (computational) science
On 2 August 2005 at 10:25, Frederic Lehobey wrote:
| On Sun, Jul 31, 2005 at 11:24:38AM +0300, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
| > Hello!
| > I would like to announce, that I am interested
| > in:
| > a) List to be created
| > b) distribution or pre-selected science-set-of-packages
| > to be created for science. Areas I am looking at
| > is numerical and symbolical computation e.g.
| > r-base, octave, latex (with proper packages)
| > graphical utilities, sgml, doc-books etc.
| > Finance packages would also be wellcome.
Have a look at Quantian at http://dirk.eddelbuettel.com/quantian
which has all of the above, and more, in a live-dvd that is also easily
installable. 2gb compressed, or about 6.5gb installed.
| > Best regards
| > Mikko Haikonen
| The list has actually been created thanks to Pascal Hakim. You may
| now subscribe to it (if not already done):
| Welcome on board,
| Frederic Lehobey
Statistics: The (futile) attempt to offer certainty about uncertainty.
-- Roger Koenker, 'Dictionary of Received Ideas of Statistics'