[R] R script
christensen_c at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 18 22:01:54 CEST 2001
Is there some way run an R script from the command line? Can I put a
line at the top of the file like I would for a bash or perl script? For
example, a such a script (test.r) might look like.
x <- c(1:10)
running ./test.r at the command line doesn't work. So is there a way to
do this? Am I missing something, or do I just have to start R and
source() the script file (sans #!/usr/bin/R) like I'm already doing?
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