"John J. McDonough" <wb8rcr(a)arrl.net> wrote:
I noticed that, but I also noticed a lot of R add-ons. Probably a
bigger, but similar, user base.
And quickly browsing the CERN website earlier, they seem to be
positioning ROOT as a data analysis thing, not altogether unlike R but a
little glossier and able to handle much bigger datasets. I didn't dig
far enough, tho, to tell whether there was really any meat there. Of
course, a lot of the ROOT add-ons are pretty specifically for people
playing with particle accelerators. Probably not a huge audience.
I will check that and add it to
ASL, CLC, AMS, CMS