It's easy enough to load scalers and simple arrays into R through Statistics::R but I'm having trouble with multidimensional arrays. The manual doesn't actually claim to support this but maybe someone has managed.
Arrays are passed to R by reference (to make a simple list in R). Passing a reference to a multidimensional array produces a list of array tags. For example:
my @arr = qw(foo bar baz);
my @mat = (["fred", "barney", "pebbles", "bambam"],
["george", "jane", "elroy", "judy"],
["homer", "bart", "marge", "maggie"]);
my $R = Statistics::R->new();
my $r_arr = $R->get('arr');
my $r_mat = $R->get('mat');
print "Array:\n", Dumper($r_arr);
print "Matrix:\n", Dumper($r_mat);
$VAR1 = [
$VAR1 = [
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