[R] Best R text editors?
ulikleinwechter at yahoo.com.mx
Mon Aug 31 12:59:23 CEST 2009
Following the links Martin has sent, would be my recommendation, as well.
In addition: From my point of view the great advantage of Emacs+ESS is that you can send your code from the editor to the R process. Furthermore, the possibilities of navigating within the text using keyboard commands offered by Emacs makes work very comfortable.
I think one doesn't even need to be a "power user", as you said, to benefit from this.
--- El lun 31-ago-09, Martin Maechler <maechler at stat.math.ethz.ch> escribió:
> De:: Martin Maechler <maechler at stat.math.ethz.ch>
> Asunto: Re: [R] Best R text editors?
> A: ESS-help at stat.math.ethz.ch, "Liviu Andronic" <landronimirc at gmail.com>
> Cc: "Uli Kleinwechter" <ulikleinwechter at yahoo.com.mx>, r-help at r-project.org
> Fecha: lunes 31 de agosto de 2009, 4:20
> >>>>> "LA" == Liviu
> Andronic <landronimirc at gmail.com>
> >>>>> on Sun, 30 Aug
> 2009 11:59:52 +0100 writes:
> LA> Hello,
> LA> On 8/30/09, Uli Kleinwechter <ulikleinwechter at yahoo.com.mx>
> >> contributing to your poll: Also
> Emacs+ESS on Linux.
> LA> Could someone give a brief and
> subjective overview of ESS. I notice
> LA> that many people use it, and many
> describe it as the tool for the
> LA> power user. As far as I'm concerned,
> I've once again looked at Emacs
> LA> (after couple of years) and I still
> don't feel like using it for my
> LA> editing purposes.
> I'm forwarding this to the ESS-dedicated mailing list
> Note however that you can get quite a bit of documentation
> from the
> ESS web page, http://ESS.r-project.org/
> Note that the tab 'Documentation' has four subtabs,
> "Manuals", "Articles", "Presentations" and "Reference
> Further, on the "Getting Help" tab, there are also links
> the ESS section of the R- Wiki and the Emacs - Wiki.
> Martin Maechler, ETH Zurich
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