[R] Executable for Production Use
erich.neuwirth at univie.ac.at
Wed Mar 10 11:02:56 CET 2010
On Windows, you also could consider installing a statconnDCOM server on
one Windows machine and have the users access this server (e.g. from
within Excel). You would need to set up the correct (D)COM
configuration, which is not trivial.
On 3/9/2010 8:24 PM, Uwe Ligges wrote:
> On 08.03.2010 22:13, Stefan wrote:
>> Ma Ismail - NewYork-MEAG-NY<ima<at> meag-ny.com> writes:
>>> A few of the developers on our Quant team are using R for data
>> calculation andto generate a resulting CSV file. They have R
>> installed on their workstations. We are interested in having this
>> deployed to user workstations where the users will not have R
>> installed on their workstations. Is there a way to create an
>> executable that the users can just run without R installed on
>> their workstation?
>>> Thanks in advance for your help.
>>> Ismail Ma
>>> Head of IT Applications
>>> MEAG New York Corporation
>>> Telephone: (212) 583-4850
>>> Fax: (646) 521-7950
>>> E-Mail: ima<at> meag-ny.com<mailto:ima<at> meag-ny.com>
>> Maybe I've misunderstood You, but You can manage a single R
>> installation on a central server, and let clients hook up to
>> it from Emacs+ESS or Eclipse+StatET. I've used both solutions,
>> and they work like a charm... The emacs solution uses SSH and
>> Eclipse a Java server thingy.
>> Plz note that I'm from the Linux side of things. So my server
>> is a Debian, and my clients are all Ubuntu. I have no clue how
>> (or even if) these setups work on windows.
> Yes, they also do work on Windows.
> Anyway, to answer the question: No, it is not possible to have a single
> executable that allows to run R code.
> uwe Ligges
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> PLEASE do read the posting guide
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