S-Plus is a commercial statistics program built on S from AT&T Bell Laboratories.
- Statlib S-News Archive. A
large and well known depository for user contributed libraries of S-Plus
- Selections from
S-News. Georges Monette, York University.
- Burns Statistics. A consulting
company site which includes considerable tutorial material on S and R. See for
example the book "S Poetry". Patrick Burns.
- Statlib S Archive. Large collection of S
functions by many authors. Carnegie-Mellon University.
- Modern Applied Statistics with S-Plus.
Download the latest version of the MASS library of S functions. Bill Venables, University
of Adelaide and Brian Ripley, University of Oxford.
- Additive Survival Analysis. Harald
Fekjaer, University of Oslo.
- Applied Smoothing Techniques for Data
Analysis by Adrian Bowman and Adelchi Azzalini. Data sets and S-Plus functions. Adrian
Bowman, University of Glasgow.
- Design and HMisc Libraries.
Includes over 200 functions or ordinal logistic regression, survival etc etc. Versions for
Windows 95 and Unix. Frank Harrell, University of Virginia.
- Dynamic Systems
Estimation Library. A collection of S software functions for time series analysis.
Paul Gilbert, Bank of Canada.
- NLME. Software for mixed-effects models.
Includes nonlinear models and a function which is similar to PROC MIXED in SAS. Josť
Pinheiro and Douglas Bates, University of Wisconsin.
- NLS2. Splus functions for
non-linear regression. Includes modelling of the variance. National Institut of
Agronomical Research, France.
- Oswald. Object oriented
software for the analysis of longitudinal data in S-plus. Statistics Group, University of
- Qtoolbox. A library of over
250 S-PLUS functions related to quality improvement developed by members of the Quality
Improvement Group, CSIRO Division of Mathematics and Statistics, Australia. Although
primarily a collection of SPC software, the scope is wider than that normally associated
with that three letter acronym. Allan Adolphson, CSIRO.
- StatMod. S-Plus functions for residual analysis
modelling in generalized linear models, robust frequency estimation etc. Gordon Smyth, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.
- Time Series Protocol for
Application-Database Interface. A standardized protocol for communication between
application programs and databases. Includes software for an S-Plus client. Paul Gilbert,
Bank of Canada.
Graphics. Data sets, scripts and case studies for Trellis Graphics and the
corresponding book Visualizing
Data by William S. Cleveland. Rick Becker, Bill Cleveland, Linda Clark, Bell
Wavelet transformations and inverses. Guy Nason, University of Bristol.