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Chemistry packages in 'R'
« on: April 08, 2022, 12:18:26 PM »
 What are the benefits of using eChem, chemCal and stoichcalc packages in 'R' ?

 I downloaded the R Documentations of all of the above mentioned  packages. I executed some of the examples of R Documentations, user guides of all of the above mentioned packages. But I didn't understand the answers given by 'R'.

So, I want to know how to use them?

Any chemistry help will be accepted.
Any science consists of the following process.
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5) Think 6) Understand 7) Inference 8) take decision [Believe or disbelieve, useful or useless, healthy or unhealthy, cause or effect, favorable or unfavorable, practical or theoretical, practically possible or practically impossible, true or false or  any other required criteria]

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Any science consists of the following process.
 1) See 2) Hear 3) Smell if needed 4) Taste if needed
5) Think 6) Understand 7) Inference 8) take decision [Believe or disbelieve, useful or useless, healthy or unhealthy, cause or effect, favorable or unfavorable, practical or theoretical, practically possible or practically impossible, true or false or  any other required criteria]

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