[R] R for Chrome OS

Jeff Newmiller jdnewmil at dcn.davis.CA.us
Sun Jun 16 13:51:24 CEST 2013

You should probably try to study a bit more about what ChromeOS is about before asking questions like that. The real question you should have asked is whether R is offered as SAAS in the cloud. (I don't think so.) You can setup an instance of Linux in the cloud and run R there. RStudio Server may also be helpful. If you don't like paying for your use of R by the minute, then you may want to purchase your own server or reconsider using ChromeOS at all.

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Kevin Chavers <kevinchavers at gmail.com> wrote:

>I have heard that Chrome OS is Linux based, so I am wondering if there
>anyway to use R on a Google Chromebook using one of your Linux
>packages. If
>not, do you plan on making a version of R that is compatible with
>chromebooks or cloud based?
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