[R-SIG-Mac] Fwd: mail an die liste

Don MacQueen macq at llnl.gov
Wed Jul 6 17:04:42 CEST 2005

A command such as "open filename.wav" or "open filename.aiff" will 
open the file in iTunes.
"open spacemusic.au" will open the file in Quicktime Player.

If those don't do the job, then unfortunately, I don't know. It would 
be a good question for one of the Apple Discussion Groups.

On my 10.3.9 system there is:
perhaps something could be made of that.


At 2:28 PM +0200 7/4/05, Nathan Weisz wrote:
>A student of mine asked me to forward this question to the list. He 
>uses R Version 2.1 on OS X 10.3.9.
>Begin forwarded message:
>>  hi!
>>  im trying to use sounds with r using the "sound"-package. as you 
>>  need to
>>  provide it with a proper sound-player i spent hours looking for one 
>>  that
>>  can do the job. up to now i havnt found anything suitable. i tried
>>  "sndplay" which just refuses to terminate also when i run it from the
>>  commandline. mplayer doesnt seem to be able to produce output. sox 
>>  cant do
>>  sound over the os-x api...
>>  has someone been successful in sending out sounds on a mac???
>>  thanx in advance!!
>Nathan Weisz
>University of Konstanz
>Department of Psychology
>78457 Konstanz, Germany
>Tel.: ++49-7531-884612
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Don MacQueen
Environmental Protection Department
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Livermore, CA, USA

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