[R] Ideas needed on automation of R
amund.tveit at idi.ntnu.no
Mon Jan 13 09:11:02 CET 2003
Maybe RPy (Python interface to R) could be of help in automating R? Logging
is then made very flexible using Python.
If you combine it with py2exe you could possibly create an
windows-executable file that controls R. Then you can also use Win2K's
(scheduled) service functionality for running the application. (This is
untried though, but assumed to work).
Hope this helps.
http://www.idi.ntnu.no/~amundt/ - http://gamemining.net/
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From: "Rex_Bryan at urscorp.com" <RexBryan1 at attbi.com>
To: <r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch>
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 12:05 AM
Subject: [R] Ideas needed on automation of R
> I need some guidance on what is the best way to automate R I am aware of
> First question: Is it true that R is not currently OLE accessible under
> Windows 2000?
> Second question: Is there an R command that echoes all R Console results
> a run log system file?
> My first attempt to write a run log file is the example from the R Data
> Inport/Export documentation.
> > zz<- "textConnection("ex.lm.out","w")
> > example(lm, prompt.echo = ">")
> > sink()
> > close(zz)
> I can't find the file "ex.lm.out" anywhere on my system's drive. But the
> file exists in R as confirmed by the next command:
> > cat(ex.lm.out, sep="\n")
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