[BioC] Using BioC or R functions in C-programs

lgautier at altern.org lgautier at altern.org
Mon Mar 10 20:49:04 CET 2008


You can generally have an "embedded R" called from a C program.
The R manual "R-extentions" (distributed with R, or at
http://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/R-exts.pdf) will have some of the

The functions or data structures you refer to are in R packages, and
knowing a bit of R will likely be necessary if you want to go down the C


> Dear list,
> is it possible to use functions provided in Bioconductor (e.g. gcrma,
affybatch, vns...)
> in C?
> Or calling these functions from C?
> Wishes
> Gunther
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