Re: [Rd] Recommendations for a quick UI.

From: Thomas Baier <thomas.baier_at_logicals.com>
Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2009 14:46:08 +0200


Alex,

Kevin R. Coombes wrote:
> The following idea only partially answers your question....
>
> I have successfully written a GUI using the tcl/tk package
> that ships with standard R. It is then possible (in Windows)
> to create a shortcut icon that runs the following command:
> C:\R\R-2.8.1\bin\R.exe --vanilla -e
> library(SuperCurveGUI);sc(); Note two features:
> [1] the first part of the -e switch loads the library
> containing the GUI [2] the second part (after the semicolon) launches
> the GUI
>
> If you make a "normal" shortcut this way, a batch window will
> open showing the ongoing R session, which is not quite what you want.
> However, if you adjust the shortcut to "Run: Minimized", then
> (most) users will never see the batch window, and will only
> see the GUI.
>
> The reasons that this only partially answers your question
> are [1] It is Windows-specific [2] I do not know how to set
> up the shortcut automatically upon installation.

depending on how deep you want to dig into programming (aside from R), you could use any COM client (on Windows), e.g., Visual Basic, C# using statconnDCOM (just download and install the package rcom) or using Java (RServe)

Thomas



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