[R] RSPerl and Statistics::R
Duncan Temple Lang
duncan at wald.ucdavis.edu
Thu May 7 18:58:57 CEST 2009
RSPerl is not abandonded, but I haven't had much time to work on it.
If you can send me an example to reproduce the race condition, we can
probably think about a solution.
Daniel Klein wrote:
> Being a Perl hacker for some time, and wanting to leverage what R provides, I've been trying to work with Statistics::R and RSPerl.
> The former has a race condition that breeds some unreliability and the latter seems to have issues all around, and neither has been updated in some time.
> Are these projects are abandoned, or is there some effort currently being undertaken to either refresh or reinvent the glue binding Perl and R together?
> If not, then I'm probably going to give it a go myself, but I'm sort of hoping that there's a jewel of a library out there that doesn't come up as quickly in Google as the aforementioned libraries.
> Daniel M. Klein
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