[R] Does R have graphlets?
rossini at blindglobe.net
Wed Oct 2 05:46:06 CEST 2002
>>>>> "john" == John Nolan <Nolan> writes:
john> I've been experimenting some with the graphlets which S-Plus
john> 6.1 has. Is there something similar in R? I've looked
john> through documentations, and at SJava, but haven't found it.
john> (If you don't know what a graphlet is, here's what it
john> appears to be: a graphlet is a binary file that encodes
john> information about a graph. Java uses spgraph.jar to display
john> the graph and allow certain actions - clicking on individual
john> points can bring up a text string or a href, there can be
john> active regions, etc. Basically, it seems like a simple way
john> for us non-Java folks to get a graph with links up, using
An extremely crude version is the ROrca package, which provides linked
plots, dynamic graphics, brushing, and extraction of brushed points.
See http://software.biostat.washington.edu/statsoft/orca for links to
a preliminary version.
You need SJava to make it work.
I'm not going to be doing much with it in the next 2 months, but have
a large set of additions for 2003 (assuming a number of things which
may/may not happen).
A.J. Rossini Rsrch. Asst. Prof. of Biostatistics
U. of Washington Biostatistics rossini at u.washington.edu
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