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Run C# program connected with R on computers without R installed

Posted 29 December 2012 - 01:15 PM

My question is summed up in the title. I have a C# program that's connected with R - is it possible to save it in such a package so that anyone can run it, even if they don't have R installed on their computers?
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Re: Run C# program connected with R on computers without R installed

Posted 29 December 2012 - 01:25 PM

And what is 'R'? Besides how Mork laughs.. Ar ar ar


But the answer is mostly likely the same regardless of what 'R' is.. No.

Can a .NEt application run a PC without .NET?
"My car doesn't have gas. How can I make it run anyway?"
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Re: Run C# program connected with R on computers without R installed

Posted 30 December 2012 - 08:17 AM

Do you mean R, the statistical dataset based language? I'm not really sure how you "connect" through that... It's not like SQL server, I thought more like SAS. I'd probably do some research into R interoperability, or even directly accessing the R dataset formats.
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Re: Run C# program connected with R on computers without R installed

Posted 30 December 2012 - 06:08 PM

Alternately, he can take time to treat R as a domain specific language and have it run within a .NET environment. Of course, that means investing more time into your project.

You can read more about making your own DSL by doing a Google search, but this should give you a good feel for the work involved: http://www.pleus.net...odsl/boodsl.htm

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