# Control R from Excel

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**Here is a simple script modified from univie.ac.at that you can just run in R. Follow the instructions in the ensuing dilaogue boxes after running the script.**

This RExcel interface will help you if you tend to work with people whose knowledge of R is weak but you want them to be able to use R-scripts that you share with them.

And the result: A new toolset complete with R_menus under the Addins Ribbon in Excel.

This RExcel interface will help you if you tend to work with people whose knowledge of R is weak but you want them to be able to use R-scripts that you share with them.

And the result: A new toolset complete with R_menus under the Addins Ribbon in Excel.

**More customisations are described on univie.ac.at. Other**

ways for working with R and Excel can be found here http://www.r-bloggers.com/a-million-ways-to-connect-r-and-excel/

ways for working with R and Excel can be found here http://www.r-bloggers.com/a-million-ways-to-connect-r-and-excel/

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