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The key properties of this release: Added deleteTempFiles() method in class RCaller for deleting temporary files that are created by RCaller at any time. runiversal.r is now more compact StopRCallerOnline() method in class RCaller now stops the R instances in the memory which are created in runAndReturnResultOnline(). Click to see the example for RCaller.stopRCallerOnline() method. The next release 2.5 will be submitted in 15th July 2014. Get informed using the formal blog http://stdioe.blogspot.com.tr/search/label/rcaller Download page: https://drive.google.com/?authuser=0#folders/0B-sn_YiTiFLGZUt6d3gteVdjTGM Source code: https://code.google.com/p/rcaller/ Journal Documentation: http://www.sciencedomain.org/abstract.php?iid=550&id=6&aid=4838#.U59D8_mSy1Y
This video demonstrates how the Java version of R GUI based on RCaller is now faster after the speed improvements. This simple gui is available in the source tree. Typed commands are passed to R using the online call mechanism of RCaller and there is a single active R process at the background. Please follow the rcaller label in this blog site to achive latest RCaller news, updates, examples and other materials. Have a nice watching!
The key properties of this release: getDimensions(“x”) method added for getting dimensions of matrix x as an integer vector. XML output structure is now more compact and handling results from R is faster. The next release 2.4 will be submitted next week with new bugs fixed. Get informed using the formal blog http://stdioe.blogspot.com.tr/search/label/rcaller Download page: https://drive.google.com/?authuser=0#folders/0B-sn_YiTiFLGZUt6d3gteVdjTGM Source code: https://code.google.com/p/rcaller/
RCaller is now in its 4th year with its version of 2.3 and it is considerable mature now. It is used in many commercial projects as well as scholarly papers and thesis. Here is the list of scholarly papers, projects and thesis that I stumbled upon in Google Scholar. MingXue Wang; Handurukande, S.B.; Nassar, M., “RPig: A scalable framework for machine learning and advanced statistical functionalities,” Cloud Computing Technology and Science (CloudCom), 2012 IEEE 4th International Conference on , vol., no., pp.293,300, 3-6 Dec. 2012doi: 10.1109/CloudCom.2012.6427480URL: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6427480&isnumber=6427477 Niya Wang, Fan Meng, Li Chen, Subha Madhavan, Robert Clarke, Eric P. Hoffman, Jianhua …continue reading
My paper “RCaller: A Software Library for Calling R from Java” has just been published in the scholarly journal “British Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science”. The abstract of this paper is R is a programming language and environment which is mainly aimed to be used for statistical calculations and data analysis. Since a vast amount of human resource is consumed for its source code and packages; it is comprehensive, large in size and more common among others. Extending computer software with statistical calculation routines requires extra human resource, therefore, the need of wrapper libraries has been appeared. There are …continue reading
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This applet shows how shape of binomial distribution function changes when the parameters ‘n’ and ‘p’ change. Enjoy! Binomial Distribution Applet (Google Dart Edition):
In this applet, 5 integers are drawn randomly from a discrete uniform(0,5) and then they are summed up. As a result of this, you will see a number between 0 and 25 at the center of screen which indicates the sum. Then frequencies of these sums are drawn using a histogram. We know by the central limit theorem that whatever the X comes from, sum of X’s are normal so its mean. You will see in this applet, how histogram of sums follow a normal curve by chance! Enjoy! Central Limit Theorem (Google Dart Edition): …continue reading
In this applet, a monkey tries to type ‘ABC’ at a type-writer. Click to start this applet multiple times and guess the required number of tries to achieve. Then read the article about Infinite monkey theorem. Enjoy! Monkey at the type-writer (Google Dart Edition):