R.NET 1.4

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 9409
Change Set: 71954e99e9d7
Released: Feb 25, 2011
Updated: Jul 29, 2012 by kos59125
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

Downloads

Application R.NET Windows binary (x86)
application, 71K, uploaded Feb 25, 2011 - 4930 downloads
Application R.NET Windows binary (x64)
application, 71K, uploaded Mar 3, 2011 - 2459 downloads
Application R.NET Mac binary (x86)
application, 71K, uploaded Feb 25, 2011 - 67 downloads
Application R.NET Mac binary (x64)
application, 71K, uploaded Feb 25, 2011 - 86 downloads
Application R.NET Linux binary (Any CPU)
application, 71K, uploaded Feb 25, 2011 - 136 downloads
Documentation R.NET help
documentation, 1226K, uploaded Feb 25, 2011 - 1731 downloads

Release Notes

  • [New] Function classes.
  • [New] 64-bit version.
  • [New] Mac OS X/Mono version.
  • [New] Linux/Mono version.
  • [New] Windows console (only x86; on x64, see below).
  • [Modified] Some interfaces, for example, "args" parameter of REngine.CreateInstance no longer takes variable number of strings but optional string array.

History

  • [2011-03-03 23:45 +0900] Replaced Windows binary (x64). Fixed Console problem (Issue: Cannot resolve work item macro, invalid id.). Assembly version is 1.4.1.
  • [2011-02-26 17:15 +0900] Replaced Windows binary (x64). This binary doesn't support output functions like "print" (Issue: Cannot resolve work item macro, invalid id.).

Reviews for this release

     
Review Revised January 2013 When I re-run my bug-generating test project with the NUGET version 1.5, I could not detect any problems. I am not yet sure if I would run this in production code because overall there are too few people using it, but I will keep it in my toolbox.
by dmenne on Jan 11, 2013 at 5:08 PM
     
Well done! I'm using this project (as well as RServeCLI and StatConnector) and really appreciate it! Of course it still needs improvement, but it's quite usable. Just remember to download the latest source code and compile it by yourself. If you are developing under Mono, check this solution: http://rdotnet.codeplex.com/discussions/401882
by aoldevstat on Nov 5, 2012 at 2:39 AM
     
In less than an hour I was running simple stats and plotting from C#. As I rarely use R (prefer SAS, and develop SPSS NET) I found R.NET to be much less intimidating and potentially much more powerful than RDCOM or statCONNECTOR. The problems of R.NET are these: memory management and sparse documentation and examples. 4 star is too high except for great potential for R.NET.
by QuidProMS on Mar 27, 2012 at 5:08 PM