Re: [Rd] Link between Qt GUI and R

From: typhoong <graham.li_at_eurus-energy.com>
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2011 07:29:24 -0700 (PDT)

hi Barry thanks for your explanation.

actually i don't know much about python, also i know nothing about C++, but i am willing to learn.

i had a look at the Rpy documentation, it looks quite good. I can see you can use R functions within Python. However, i don't really want to do that unless it is necessary, because all my codes necessary for calculation are already written in R !

I am not sure but I guess it is possible to get the numerical inputs from the GUI, initiate the already written R codes (dot R files) to calculate and produce the graphs/number, feed it back to Python/PyQt, and finally display in the GUI. Is that possible?

graham

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