[R] help on IDE

Jonathan P Daily jdaily at usgs.gov
Wed Nov 17 19:59:11 CET 2010

Each IDE is going to have its own setup that will also usually depend on 
what type of computer you are running. EMACS, for instance, requires a 
pre-existing R install with the 'ess' package (packages are usually 
installed inside R). Geany, on the other hand, requires an R install and, 
in some cases, a custom "Run" command.

Linux systems also often ship language specific IDEs with dependency 
checks on R, but not always.
Jonathan P. Daily
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r-help-bounces at r-project.org wrote on 11/17/2010 01:41:39 PM:

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> [R] help on IDE
> Partha Sinha 
> to:
> r-help
> 11/17/2010 01:50 PM
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> I am new comer in R.There r few IDE like Tinn R,VIM etc.I mean How to
> use them? Do I need to install R and then install them to use or they
> can work alone? Also does one install packages on R or IDEs? Can I
> call/use the package from IDEs?
> regards
> Parth
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