[R] rpad ?
chuck at sharpsteen.net
Tue Mar 23 20:53:58 CET 2010
> Based on a private response, it seems that rpad is no longer being
> maintained and in fact no longer works with the latest R release. I
> noticed that the web site listed in the FAQ no longer works, the code is
> being hosted by google code but it appears no one is working on it.
> Looking at the "R Web Interfaces" section of the R FAQ I don't really see
> anything comparable -- does anyone have a suggestion for a similar
> web-based front-end to R?
You could try Sage:
You can get a notebook account at:
Sage uses python to integrate several open-source and closed-source
mathmatics/computation packages and R is among one of the options available.
It provides a nice Mathematica-like notebook interface where you can mix
computations and annotations. If you don't want to type Sage code, just
choose 'r' from the drop-down menu at the top of the worksheet next to the
"Typeset" checkbox and the contents of every cell you enter will be passed
directly to R for evaluation.
Hope this helps!
Undergraduate-- Environmental Resources Engineering
Humboldt State University
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