Re: [R] put R on a web server

From: Dieter Menne <dieter.menne_at_menne-biomed.de>
Date: Mon 17 Jul 2006 - 17:41:39 EST

Erin Hodgess <hodgess <at> gator.dt.uh.edu> writes:

> Has anyone put R on a web server any time, recently, please?
> (Red Hat Linux)
>
> The University of Montana put a version up in 2003, but
> I was wondering if anyone had done so, please?
>
> Also, where would I find information on such an installation, please?

Mmh, putting R on a web server is not much different from putting it on an other linux installation. The question is probably more how to get R to work. RPad is a package that works, but as far as I remember the focus is on flexibility for Intranets, with high risks when used in the wild. If you want to run some specialized tasks only with fixed code, you could try our phpSerialize, which can run in the wild if your php code is ok, but it is by design not end-user flexible.

Dieter



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