The coal forming-swamps gradually migrated westward due to marine transgressions throughout the Late Permian.A dozen single Women wait anxiously in the Caribbean as a man a day arrives via helicopter - each man chooses which woman he would like to be "coupled " with, until they are all paired up and the fun begins. More than 6,000 naked people--all willing to bare all for Spencer Tunick in the name of art. They must hunt and gather whatever they need until extraction day.Likewise the stupid reals estate show-"Buying naked" -this one is really pathetic, the cast are shown with table lamps clutching folders, behind candles etc.it disrespects the nudists it's supposed to represent. "OK, we want you naked, but we DO NOT want to see your cock or your pussy, you MUST always have something in front of them, Er hows that angle Bob, can you see cock? Surely if you are going to hook up with a potential mate, then an erection or two is going to happen?So, it is with newcomers in mind that I offer the following slim trajectory through the task view that relies on just a few packages: survival, KMsurv, Oisurv and ranger The survival package, which began life as an S package in the late ’90s, is the cornerstone of the entire R Survival Analysis edifice.Not only is the package itself rich in features, but the object created by the function, which contains failure time and censoring information, is the basic survival analysis data structure in R.Each week, a new pair of total strangers are faced with the ultimate survival challenge: survive for 21 days together with no clothes or supplies in some of the most dangerous environments ... This globally scaled follow-up to the America Undercover documentary... Former contestant Jessie Nizewitz sued Viacom as well as Firelight Entertainment and Lighthearted Entertainment for million after they accidentally broadcast an uncensored shot of her genital region on air.
But if I am going to be tempted to watch a show which features the word "nude" or "naked' then I expect to see things that are not normally on display, otherwise what's the point?
Looking at the Task View on a small screen is a bit like standing too close to a brick wall – left-right, up-down, bricks all around.
It is a fantastic edifice that gives some idea of the significant contributions R developers have made both to the theory and practice of Survival Analysis.
As well-organized as it is, however, I imagine that even survival analysis experts need some time to find their way around this task view.
(I would be remiss not to mention that we all owe a great deal of gratitude to Arthur Allignol and Aurielien Latouche, the task view maintainers.) Newcomers, people either new to R or new to survival analysis or both, must find it overwhelming.