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By bherbstman
Submitted: Jan 15 2014 / 18:35

In this two part series we will be looking at object-oriented programming in R. R supports two different systems for creating objects: the S3 and S4 methods. S3 is the default way that objects are handled in R. In any of my previous posts, and most likely in examples that you may have seen elsewhere, S3 objects are what is being used. S4 is a newer way to create classes in R that has more built in validation, but it also has more overhead. In this post we will look at creating S3 objects.
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