[R] R binaries, platform independent and Design of Experiments
ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Fri Sep 2 09:50:06 CEST 2005
Nam-Ky Nguyen wrote:
>>a) The sources are available and really easy to compile on all those
> Honestly, I only know how to compile my Java programs. Anyway, we have
Oh dear, I only know how to compile my C programs, and I never read the
docs when something has to be compiled with Java. So we have a problem
now, since you have not read the docs on compiling R.
> been able to work out how to download all files
> http://cran.au.r-project.org/. The entire CRAN is 5.4GB. This requires two
The sources of base R are in one file with 12 Mb and it's not that hard
Looks like you have to look for some other software than R.
>>b) You do NOT want to do numerical computations on software available in
>>Java byte code.
> You do not want to do heavy numerical computations with R either. Most
> statistical calculation using R requires a fraction of a second and I
> cannot see a real difference between say 0.05 second and 0.07 second. NKN.
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