TR: [R] Scripting capabilities for R

A.J. Rossini rossini at
Wed May 30 15:26:02 CEST 2001

>>>>> "PG" == Philippe Grosjean <phgrosje at> writes:

    PG> If you are happy with ESS, then you are a lucky man because
    PG> you certainly have all what you need! I am not happy with
    PG> it. Emacs is the kingdom of text. Text buffers everywhere. 

XEmacs does have the ability to display graphics.  

Dynamic graphics, well, integration there is a systems thing.  people
are working on that.  One cross-platform interface (to R, and via
unsafe extensions, to XLispStat) is Orca, which does what you
describe, and can be controlled.

Why would you construct a GPL'd interface for MatLab?

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