Java GUI for R
This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages)(Learn how and when to remove this template message)
|Developer(s)||Markus Helbig, Simon Urbanek, Ian Fellows|
1.7-14 / May 9, 2013
|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.
- gretl - Another open source statistical package