[R] graphical user interface

Antje niederlein-rstat at yahoo.de
Tue Aug 5 09:18:15 CEST 2008

Hi Felix,

thanks a lot for the hint with the mailing list. I was not aware of its
existence... I'll give it a closer look.
To answer your questions:
- Complexity: I would prefer to be able to design on "each" level of complexity.
- Results: TextFiles and Graphs, ... also open
- Usage: Only for a few people
- Platform: Mac OS and Windows, (Linux)


Felix Andrews schrieb:
> There is quite a few discussions on this in the list archives,
> particularly on the R-SIG-GUI mailing list.
> It would help to know something about your application...
> * how complex is it?
> * how are the results to be presented?
> * is it intended to be used be only a few people in one location, or many?
> * what platforms does it need to work on?
> etc
> but in many cases I think gWidgets is a good choice.
> On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 4:36 PM, Antje <niederlein-rstat at yahoo.de> wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I would like to design a graphical user interface to provide the
>> functionality of my R-scripts to other users (not knowing anything about
>> R...)
>> Can anybody give me some hints which possibilities I have (advantages /
>> disadvantages)?
>> What do you use to build applications?
>> Ciao,
>> Antje
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