[R] Could I use R function lm or nlm in C code?

From: Shuguang Sun <shuguang_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 23 Apr 2011 18:25:33 +0800


Dear R,

I'm doing some simulation work and it takes me a lot of time to do it in R. So I try to implement it in C code, but I want to use some R functions directly for my lazy and the robustness of code. For example, I will use lm and nlm in my program. How could I use R's lm and nlm function directly? I thinks these functions are not included in the R's include directory. Do I need to get full R's source first? If I have get all R's source, is it enough that I only include the source file for function lm or nlm?

system:
Windows XP
R 2.13.0
Rtools 2.13

Thanks for your advice.
Shuguang Sun
Fudan University



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