In the last few months we implemented lots of new rpact package features, e.g.,
We are happy to announce that the first official release of the RPACT package is available on CRAN (The Comprehensive R Archive Network):
Another interesting article about R we would like to share: "R generation - The story of a statistical programming language that became a subcultural phenomenon." URL: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1740-9713.2018.01169.x
We would like to share this interesting article with you (in German): "25 Jahre: Wie R zur wichtigsten Programmiersprache für Statistiker wurde". URL: https://heise.de/-4127034
The first RPACT training course at July 3rd 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany, was fully booked. The full day course started with an introduction to the theoretical background by Professor Gernot Wassmer.
Friedrich Pahlke gave an intrduction to the RPACT package and its user concept. After lunch the course participants were familiarized with the functional spectrum of the package and they practiced the handling of the package using practical examples on their own laptop.
In preparation for the RPACT beta version training course at July 3rd 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany, we published the second beta version of RPACT package. The binray and source version of the package is available for Prime Service Level Agreement members. For more information please visit www.rpact.org.
We are happy to announce that the first beta version of RPACT is available for Prime Service Level Agreement members.
For more details please visit www.rpact.org.
We presented the current development status of the R package RPACT to the participants of the "APF Statistikleitertreffen" at April 20th, 2018 in Sulzbach near Frankfurt, Germany.
One day before the participation in the BBS course on group-sequential and adaptive designs in Basel, we presented a first alpha version of the RPACT package at F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd in Basel.
Kaspar Rufibach, Daniel Sabanés Bové and Marcel Wolbers took a first look at the package, its functions, the underlying software design and the source code.