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Hello Anonymous Monk,

To be honest I have never used R either but I also found (The R/Splus--Perl Interface).

From the documentation:

This package provides a bidirectional interface for calling R from Per +l and Perl from R. This embeds one interpreter (e.g. R) within the pr +ocess of the other interpreter (e.g. Perl). One can call routines and + functions in the other language as if they were part of the local en +vironment. This avoids having to program in a different language whil +e making the functionality in the other system transparently availabl +e with no additional coding. Values computed in one call are availabl +e to future calls. This makes Perl more interactive, also allows the +R/Splus programmer to use convenient and familiar syntax to mix compu +tations in the two different sytems, and provide statistical function +ality to Perl applications..

Maybe a bit of more documentation could help on how to use it (How to use RSPerl).

Hope this helps.

Seeking for Perl wisdom...on the process of learning...not there...yet!

In reply to Re: Hating learning R any advice for a perl guy? by thanos1983
in thread Hating learning R any advice for a perl guy? by Anonymous Monk

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