[Rd] R & Java
spencer.graves at prodsyse.com
Thu May 14 18:03:22 CEST 2009
I don't have an answer, but I suspect that if you
install.packages("RSiteSearch"), you might find information relevant to
your question from the following:
java <- RSiteSearch.function('Java')
# Reports that 136 help pages contained "Java", 23 of which are in a
package "rJava", 16 in "R.utils", etc.
# Opens a table with 136 rows in a browser,
# with the "rJava" pages first, followed by those in "R.utils", etc.,
# the last column of which contains links to the HTML versions of the
Hope this helps.
Philippe Lamote wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I'm a (Java) integration architect.
> We are currently stuck with SAS but I'd be happy to switch that to R! (of
> course ;-).
> Now, a big argument for the latter, is that we can integrate it seamlessly
> with all our existing (java) apps.
> Therefore: has anyone heard of a java API (like SAS has it's Java API for
> enterprise integration) or a Service we can call (e.g. a web service, a http
> invoker service , ...), ... ?
> The ideal solution -to my view- would be to integrate it with ESB
> functionality (e.g. Mule: http://www.mulesource.org/display/COMMUNITY/Home).
> It allows you to stitch/knit/... together what/how/where you want.
> Has anyone ever done such a thing?
> Thx for advice,
> Philippe Lamote
> Technology Lead @TSSC - Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical R&D
> <Software Architect && System Design/>
> <Tel (32 +14)60-5735 | Loc: Beerse-1 ~ B073-R006/>
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