Articles by Jean-Michel Perraud

rClr 0.7-4 released

March 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Version 0.7-4 of rClr (source code mirrored on GitHub), a package to access arbitrary .NET code seamlessly and in-process, has been released.This is a maintenance release with an important fix to memory management. In some circumstances, passing data ... [Read more...]

rClr 0.7-3 released

January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Version 0.7-3 of rClr (source code also on GitHub), a package to access arbitrary .NET code seamlessly in-process, has just been released. The package was first introduced a year and a half ago in another blog post, and you can skim through that prior ... [Read more...]

A few gotchas with R date-time classes

September 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Date and time handling is essential to many modelling and analysis exercises, in R and other languages used for scientific computing. Over the past few months I tackled the mapping of date-time concepts between R and the .NET framework as part of the w... [Read more...]

rClr: low level access to .NET from R

June 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

rClr is a package to access arbitrary .NET code seamlessly. The "CLR" acronym part of the package name stands for Common Language Runtime. C# and R being languages I regularly use, I have felt the need for better interoperability between these for a fe... [Read more...]

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