[R] Writing own simulation function in C

Phil Spector spector at stat.berkeley.edu
Wed Mar 17 21:18:20 CET 2010

I've written a handout that talks about calling C from R and
calling R from C using both the .C and .Call methods.  (It also
shows similar information for matlab -- my apologies.)  You
can find it here:


 					- Phil Spector
 					 Statistical Computing Facility
 					 Department of Statistics
 					 UC Berkeley
 					 spector at stat.berkeley.edu

On Wed, 17 Mar 2010, Sharpie wrote:

> TheSavageSam wrote:
>> Thanks for the huge help. I have learned a lot and been able to start
>> writing my own code.
>> If you could give me a reference(a link, name of a book, etc.) to a good
>> manual of how to use and manipulate and use SEXP variables in C
>> (considering creating R libraries) it would be great help to me.
> Unfortunately, I can't really recommend anything beyond what has already
> been mentioned in this thread- I learned most of what I know about
> interacting with R at the C level from "Writing R Extensions" and by
> browsing the comments in the R source.
> If anyone else knows of good books/articles/blog posts that discuss hacking
> around with R at the C level, I would be interested to see them as well.
> -Charlie
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> Charlie Sharpsteen
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> Humboldt State University
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