Re: [R] Running an R script without running R

From: <toby909_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 00:40:24 -0700

This gives you a GUI that runs R without you having to run it yourself on your machine:
http://rss.acs.unt.edu/cgi-bin/R/Rprog

You could upload your data to a webspace if you have one, and catch it from there in that service they provide.
You could provide to whomever you like such a service yourself I guess.

T

Alberto Monteiro wrote:
> Thomas Adams wrote:
>
>>Below I have two scripts:
>>
>>(1) cpc2fgroup
>>(2) R.cpc.6_10day.outlook.batch
>>
>>Bash shell script (1) calls the R script (2).
>>
>
> It works with R CMD BATH r-script
>
> I know how to do this (I do it inside make...)
>
> I guess I did not make myself clear.
>
> I want to write some GUI applications that will not be used by
> me (think of the target user as people with the knowledge of
> a 7-year-old kid). I want this application to have one icon in
> the Desktop, and it will be launched just by clicking in the icon.
>
> In some other message, I read that Rscript might be what I need - but
> I have to test it.
>
> Alberto Monteiro (who does not have any special affinity with
> the letter "I", despite this message)
>
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