RServe Java example program

September 13, 2016
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Setup

The steps to install and start RServe are shown in the previous tutorial. This tutorial explains how to create a java program that can talk to R using RServe on a linux platform. The steps to set up are.

  1. Lets assume for this tutorial that the working directory in linux where you want to setup the program is HOME/RServe. Create a directory inside it called lib. The path of lib then is HOME/RServe/lib
  2. When you install RServe the process downloads the RServe tar and puts its in a directory that you specify. If you dont know where the RServe tar is download it again from here. untar the file using ‘tar -xvf RServe_x.tar.gz‘. Copy REngine.jar and RServe.jar from Rserve_x/clients/java-new to HOME/RServe/lib. Your working directory is now ready to run RServe java programs.

Example Program

Here’s a sample program, that gets the R version using RServe. Its a very basic program but the idea is to get RServe and Java integration up and running for more serious stuff that we will look at later

import org.rosuda.REngine.REXP;
import org.rosuda.REngine.REXPMismatchException;
import org.rosuda.REngine.Rserve.RConnection;
import org.rosuda.REngine.Rserve.RserveException;

public class RServeExample1 {

	public static void main(String[] args) throws RserveException,
			REXPMismatchException {
		RConnection c = new RConnection();
		REXP x = c.eval("R.version.string");
		System.out.println(x.asString());
	}
}

Create a file named RServeExample1.java and copy the code above. Put the file in HOME/RServe. Compile the code using

javac -cp .:lib/* RServeExample1.java

Start RServe as described in the
previous
tutorial.

Run the class using

java -cp .:lib/* RServeExample1

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