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9:20 - 9:30 Genshiro Kitagawa (Director-General of ISM) Opening address 9:30 - 10:40 Ross Ihaka (Auckland University, New Zealand) "An introduction to the R project" (slides) Why R exists Origins of the code, New Ideas Developement of R core Organisation and lack thereof The Wider R Community The R Foundation Issues: Licensing / Support 10:50 - 12:00 Shigeru Mase (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan) "A personal report on the present status of R systems in Japan" (slides) R and Japanese users R related activities in Japan (Rjp and RjpWiki) Translations of documents of R Japanese books on R 13:30 -14:40 Ross Ihaka "Scoping in R" (slides) Scoping. Lexical Scope. How R differs from S. Examples of using lexical scope. Further scoping issues (Packages, Namespaces, Objects). 14:50 - 16:00 Daisuke Yokouchi and Ritei Shibata (Keio University, Japan) DandD Project: Enough Description of Data and its Utilization" 16:10 - 17:20 Paul Murrell (Auckland University, New Zealand) "Recent developments in R" (slides) Namespaces S4 object system Graphics system(s) QA tests Documentation (vignettes) Byte code compiler Threading/parallel computing Event loops and GUIs Database integration. 18:00 - Workshop party
9:30 - 10:40 Paul Murrell "R grid graphics" (slides) What for? Concepts in grid graphics Examples 10:50 - 12:00 Eiji Nakama (Software programmer, Japan) "Some problems in Japanizing R" (slides in English, Japanese) R parser for i18n R regular expression for i18n i18n of X11 functions in R i18n of Windows functions in R i10n of PostScript functions in R 13:30 - 14:40 Paul Murrell "Current and future directions for R graphics" (slides) Fonts/internationalisation Dynamic graphics Display lists Integrating graphics systems Graphics devices 14:50 - 16:00 Takeshi Fujiwara (Aoyama gakuin University, Japan) and Yoshikazu Yamamoto (Tokushima Bunri University, Japan) "Some aspects of recent Jasp system" New Jasp interpreter Time series functions in Jasp Distributed computing in Jasp 16:10 - 17:20 Ross Ihaka "Directions for R graphics development" (slides) 2d vector extensions Polygon operations Generalized polygons (holes) Cross-hatching and textured fills Colour gradients Vector extensions to 3d Hidden line/surface elimination (BSP Trees) Perceptually based colour descriptions Interactive graphics GGobi, RGL, iPlots Derek Graphics, Guis and Threading (short)
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