[R] Running R scripts from a GUI interface
jasonkrupert at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 10 14:01:31 CEST 2009
Thank you very much for your response and it looks like R Commander is very capable, but I think it is heading the wrong direction from where we are looking to go, i.e. simpler interface.
I guess (and I may be dating myself) when I was previously working with MATLAB I could use something like Real-time Workshop and EmbeddedCoder to export a C/C++ code of all our scripts that could be built into a DLL. I would then use VisualBasic (I would like to use TCL/TK or other more current language) to create a very basic GUI that just had four radials and one text entry field and load in the DLL. It would not have all commandline and all the other unnecessary bits, especially since the script reached maturity and would not need to be altered.
I'm curious if R allows something like things, i.e. to further simply so that a simple GUI and DLL of the scripts could be delivered.
Thanks again for any insights and feedback you can provide.
--- On Sat, 10/10/09, glen_b <glnbrntt at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: glen_b <glnbrntt at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [R] Running R scripts from a GUI interface
> To: r-help at r-project.org
> Date: Saturday, October 10, 2009, 2:12 AM
> Jason Rupert wrote:
> > I am curious if there is a typical approach for
> developing a GUI to run R
> > scripts or to export R scripts in a DLL or other
> format so that they can
> > be run from such a GUI.
> > I also have not settled on a GUI development language
> so any suggestions
> > there are also very much appreciated.
> R Commander http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/Rcmdr/index.html
> is a basic stats GUI in R that provides a way for others to
> make a simple
> GUI interface to a package. Many R packages have GUI
> versions that work
> with R Commander.
> It would seem to be a fairly simple way to do it.
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