[R] R Aerodynamic Package(s)?

Sharpie chuck at sharpsteen.net
Sat Feb 27 20:45:12 CET 2010

Charles Annis, P.E. wrote:
> Jason:
> What are you trying to do?  Your reference link provides several Fortran
> programs.  Why can't you use those?  Or you could translate them into R
> code
> if you would like to take advantage of R's wonderful graphics and
> multitudinous other statistical adjuncts.

It's also worth noting that R could most likely access the Fortran code
directly if it was built into a shared library using R CMD SHLIB or, better
yet, placed into the src/ directory of an R package.  Then, rather than
spending the time to  re-write the Fortran in R, R could be as an interface
which provided front end data preparation and back end data analysis and


Charles Annis, P.E. wrote:
> Your request seems too broad to allow a more focused response.  Perhaps we
> could be more helpful if you told us what you are trying to accomplish.
> Charles Annis, P.E.
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