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use Statistics::R ; my $R = Statistics::R->new() ; $R->startR ; $R->send(q`pdf("/tmp/examplot.pdf")`) ; $R->send(q`adata <- c(10,20,30,25,24,23,12,7,8,9,10,10,28,29,29,34,3 +8,38,11,14,40,42,41)`) ; $R->send(q`bdata <- c(0,3,4,4,1,1,1,7,7,7,1,0,7,4,7,2,1,3,1,0,10,9,1 +1)`) ; $R->send(q`plot(adata,bdata, xlab = 'temp', ylab = 'laziness', main += 'silly experiment')`); $R->send(q`lines(lowess(adata,bdata),f = 4/5, col = 'Red')`) ; my $ret = $R->read ; $R->stopR(); system("xpdf /tmp/examplot.pdf") or die $!;

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