(Fwd) Re: [R] 3d in R

Zdenek Skala Zdenek.Skala at incoma.cz
Wed Jul 28 15:56:43 CEST 1999

In Win95/NT you can use xgobi (program and R interface) as well, 
provided you will install an x-server on your machine (a free one is 
available from http://www.microimages.com/freestuf/mix/).
Zdenek Skala

Uli Flenker wrote:
I'm not familiar with S/S+, but I think the "xgobi" software package 
do what you want (spin plots, brushing, etc. ...).

There is an interface to R as well as to S/S+. The program itself 
and the
interface are both available at StatLib (Mirror from

I don't know what kind of platform you are using, but as far as I 
"xgobi" is included in a number of Linux distributions, which could 
life a little easier for you. 

        Uli Flenker
        Institute of Biochemistry
        German Sports University Cologne
        Carl-Diem-Weg 6

        50933 Cologne / Germany

        Phone 0049/0221/4982-493

On Wed, 28 Jul 1999, Agustin Lobo wrote:

> Dear R-users and R-developpers,
> I've not been able to find 3d graphics in R, like
> Splus spin() or brush(). Are there any that I've missed
> and/or is anybody working on implementing these
> type of functions?

] Zdenek Skala
] e-mail:
] Zdenek.Skala at incoma.cz

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