RserveCLI [https://rservecli.codeplex.com/] is a .net/cli client for Rserve, created by Oliver M. Haynold. Oliver has done a great job with this project. I forked this project to add features, fix bugs, and do some restructuring. I thought it was a significant enough depature to create a
Avoid R’s warning feature. This is particularly important if you use R in production; when you regularly run R scripts as part of your business process. This is also important if you author R packages. Don’t issue warnings in your own code and treat warnings in 3rd party
* I added R source code v0.49 to v2.15.0 to a GitHub repository: r-source [https://github.com/SurajGupta/r-source] * Each release is tagged [https://github.com/SurajGupta/r-source/tags] by version number. * This is an easy and accessible way to browse R source and diff with prior version.
It is easier to critique than it is to create. I write this post with much gratitude for R, the R community and particularly R-Core who are paid $0 to bring us R. I’d like to offer an idea and I’m wondering if people are interested in rallying
Or… How to push oneself down the rabbit hole of environments, namespaces, exports, imports, frames, enclosures, parents, and function evaluation. Motivation There are a few reasons to bother reading this post: 1. Rabbit hole avoidance You have avoided the above mentioned topics thus far, but now it’s time to