From: Don MacQueen (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 07 May 2004 - 00:01:15 EST
At 4:04 PM +0200 5/6/04, Christian Lederer wrote:
>if found that the easiest way for me doing CGI with R was
>using the RSPerl package. So i could do all the CGI related things
>in Perl and call R functions from Perl to do the statistics.
>You can get RSPerl from http://www.omegahat.org.
>If loading the data each time gives a performance problem,
>i guess that you could use RSPerl together with fastcgi,
>so the R initialization and loading the data would happen only
>once. If you try this, i would be very interrested in your experiences.
Regarding initialization, another possibility might be the perl
module Statistics::R announced by Graciliano M.P. in an email to
r-help on 2004-02-21. See
>The RSPerl package is somewhat outdated, but it worked well together
>with R 1.6.0 (i didn't try newer versions).
>David Firth wrote:
>>On Wednesday, May 5, 2004, at 18:09 Europe/London, foobar wrote:
>>>Has anyone had any experience doing CGI or Servlets or using an
>>>httpd server in R?
>>yes. See the R FAQ, section 4. (Or maybe you already have, in
>>which case I misunderstood the question...)
-- -------------------------------------- Don MacQueen Environmental Protection Department Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Livermore, CA, USA
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