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XEmacs Home Page for Anthony Rossini

This is the XEmacs home page for Anthony Rossini, one of the developers of XEmacs.

He can be reached at <anthony.rossini@xemacs.org>, as well as <rossini@xemacs.org>.

Current development lead for ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics), a mode and inferior mode for statistical programming and data analysis for SAS, S, S-PLUS, R, XLispStat; configurable for nearly any other statistical language/package one might want. In spare time, chases his son around and acts as a Ph.D. (bio)statistician for money and amusement, primarily focusing on statistical computing, visualization, and the design and analysis of HIV vaccine trials. Current position: Research Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Washington and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

His personal home page is at http://faculty.washington.edu/rossini/.

Contributions to XEmacs:

Author of the first XEmacs FAQ; Development lead on Emacs Speaks Statistics; Assisted Jareth Hein with setting up the JitterBug tracking system.


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