Java GUI for R
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|Developer(s)||Markus Helbig, Simon Urbanek, Ian Fellows|
1.8-4 / September 24, 2017
|Platform||R programming language|
|License||GNU General Public License|
JGR is a cross-platform stand-alone R terminal, and can be used as a more advanced substitute to the default Rgui (on Windows) or to a simple R session started from a terminal. It provides a friendly R-console complemented by a spreadsheet-like data editor and by a script editor featuring syntax highlighting, autocompletion and (MS Excel-style) arguments-suggestions for entered functions, and direct command transfer.
Although unlike Rcmdr, RKWard, Rattle or PMG, JGR provides no statistical menu-driven facilities, recently a GUI on top of JGR has been developed: Deducer aims to be an intuitive graphical data analysis system in some respects similar to SPSS, Cornerstone or Minitab.
- Helbig, Markus; Theus, Martin; Urbanek, Simon (December 2005). "JGR: JAVA GUI FOR R" (PDF). Statistical Computing and Graphics Newsletter. ASA. 16 (2): 9–12.