[R] R tool support

Jeff Newmiller jdnewmil at dcn.davis.CA.us
Tue Apr 15 15:46:19 CEST 2014

This request is off-topic per the Posting Guide, which you seem not to have read (this question is clearly a development question, and you are posting using HTML email format which is not supported on this list).

Please note that that .NET is not one of the development environments supported by the core R developers (see the Writing R Extensions documentation), so it is not even clear to me that you will obtain assistance on the R-devel mailing list, but it would at least be relevant there.

I have seen a web site that discusses calling R from .NET, so it has apparently been done before.
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On April 15, 2014 4:52:09 AM PDT, Vijayakumar Chinnamuthu <Vijayakumar_C02 at infosys.com> wrote:
>We are using on R tool for our one of the project and looking for some
>technical  support.
>Could you please help us.
>1. We have C#.Net Application which uses R.NET Dll's for invoking R
>2. R internally uses qcc package (mqcc function) for plotting the
>1.       We need to access qcc package in our .Net Application.
>2.       Qcc packages function(mqcc should be accessible in our .Net
>3.       Share a sample application which does this.
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