# Eclipse and StatET – a working environment for R

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How to use Eclipse and StatET to create a handy-dandy development environment for R. Using the Eclipse environment provides a nice colored-syntax script editor, an R console, and an object browser to let you peruse the variables you’ve put into memory. If you’re a Matlab or Systat refugee, this arrangement may be the closest you can get to those programs’ user interfaces.
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