Re: [R] running Rcmdr

From: Christopher W. Ryan <cryan_at_binghamton.edu>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 17:50:03 -0500

I am very much a novice R user, and this is my first post to the List, but given that disclaimer, perhaps you could put library(Rcmdr) as a line in your Rprofile.site file? I think this contains commands that are run every time R is opened. [At least, I noticed after I installed my Tinn-R and got it to communicate with R, that certain R packages necessary for use of Tinn-R now get run every time I open Tinn-R (and R opens with it.)]

That way, typing R on the command line (might!) run Rcmdr too.

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Manuel wrote:

> Yes, of course, i know it, and i have installed all packages i need, but 
> this is not what i am searching.
> I want to do that only with a command line without have to type only 
> first R  and after library("Rcmdr");  i only want to type something like 
> R < library("Rcmdr") but i know it´s doesn´t work and i´m looking for 
> something like that.
> I hope you have already understood my question. Thank you
> 
> Felipe Carrillo escribió:

>> If you have already installed Rcmdr from the internet (Cran site) then
>> when you open R window if you type library(Rcmdr) you
>> should see the R commander window and use it just like you would use R
>> command window.
>>
>> */Manuel <gonzalezperezmanuel_at_gmail.com>/* wrote:
>>
>> Thanks for your answer, but i think i dont do correctly my question.
>> I need the command line to run Rmdr, like that:
>> R < Rcmdr or R < loadRcmdr.R where loadRcmdr has "library("Rcmdr").
>> or something like that.
>> I tried the last example, but when Rcmdr is executed, later it is
>> closed.
>> About RProfile.site, i dont know what i have to change. If you
>> think its
>> useful to me, please explain me.
>> Thanks.
>>
>> Felipe Carrillo escribió:
>> > First, you need to install the Rcmdr packages and then in the R
>> > Command window or Tinn-R window type "library(Rcmdr)" without the
>> > quotation marks. In addition, if you want Rcmdr to start
>> automatically
>> > everytime you start R, go to the following path C:\Program
>> > Files\R\R-2.5.0\etc\RProfile.site if you installed R in program
>> files,
>> > otherwise follow your own path and type the same command
>> > library(Rcmdr) and the R commander window should pop up
>> everytime you
>> > start R
>> >
>> >
>> > */Manuel /* wrote:
>> >
>> > Hi to all,
>> >
>> > i want to know how can run Rcmdr automatically , or how to load a
>> > library in the call of R
>> >
>> > greetings
>> >
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