[R] Using Java methods in R

fjpcaballero at gmail.com fjpcaballero at gmail.com
Wed Apr 27 19:53:32 CEST 2011

Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.  Perhaps you are not getting answers for a good reason.  

From a previous email: 

1) reading the source code of packages that use rJava, such as RWeka is the best way to understand how things work. If you are asked to do so is for a reason; explicitly refusing to doing so can be interpreted by the community as lack of effort on your side and reduce your chances of a reply.

2) there is a separate mailing list for rJava (stats-rosuda-devel)

On Apr 27, 2011, at 13:32, hill0093 <hill0093 at umn.edu> wrote:

> I don't know who to contact in the management of this R-forum,
> and there are a few things I cannot figure out.
> As I understand it, to participate and learn on the R-forum,
> I must receive all the emails even concerning topics I have no
> interest in currently. It clogs up my email, takes a long 
> time to delete, and is hard to be selective enough to not
> delete some of my other important email. It is nice to 
> receive email on my posts and possibly even those others that
> I have responded to. Do I understand this correctly?
> Another item is that rJava has existed and has been promoted for 
> a long time, and yet it doesn't seem to work for even some 
> simple things like getting exactly-rectangular arrays from 
> Java classes. Of course it could be that I just don't know 
> how to use it, but people on the forum don't seem to know 
> either. Maybe the people that know don't use the forum because
> of all the email.
> Or maybe there are not enough people that are writing rJava. 
> And I am not talented enough to do so.
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