[R] Using JRI Calling R function from Java

From: freezemanx <freezeman06_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon 08 Jan 2007 - 02:59:43 GMT

Hey guys.

I have Installed and running JRI from Java and it works. Using : java -cp jri.jar; MainApp.java

The problem is How do I calling R function that need R library I have tried these with my Java program :

               x =  re.eval("glm( y ~ x1 + x2, family = poisson)");
               String resultString = x.asString();
but it did'n't work, resultString variable did't give any result it's null

questions :
Is there any other way to call this R function from Java using JRI?

and I have heard omegahat package can be use to calling R function are there any links, examples , tutorials for using omegahat?

Thanks

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