In part one of this tutorial, I showed how to install R and LaTeX for Eclipse. Sadly, Eclipse doesn’t yet know where to find these resources, so we need to configure it appropriately. Statet provides a wizard to walk you through the setup, but I find the wizard difficult to follow. However, we can set Related Post
Many R users enjoy working in RStudio, but it’s not your only option for reproducible research in R. Stephen Wahlbrink has written a plugin for Eclipse, Statet, that offers similar functionality to RStudio within the popular Eclipse framework. You can run an R console, compose a document in LaTeX with R code chunks, and link Related Post
In The previous blog we looked at how to install the StatET plugin that can be used to run R from eclipse. In This tutorial we will look at the various features of the plugin. Creating a New R Project or File. The plugin provides the following options We create a new R Project and… Read More »
Many developers, especially the Java developers are quite comfortable using eclipse for development. There is a very useful and powerful plugin called StatET that can enable eclipse to work as in IDE for R. Lets first look at how to install it on Linux(Ubuntu). The plugin is available from the eclipse marketplace. The eclipse update… Read More »
Today there was a solar eclipse that was not visible on my side of the
Atlantic, but was seen on the European side, either as a partial eclipse,
towards the south, or a total one, towards the north . Eclipses being rare
and solar power being a new thing, this event caused unprecedented reduction of
solar power .
A good spot for viewing the...
Quite a while back I wrote some tutorials on getting the StatET plugin for Eclipse running, so that you can write R code and run it within the Eclipse development environment. The developers of all of these pieces of software have kept marching on with...
A view of the StatET plugin in the Juno Eclipse. The environment is perfect for developing R packages and creating more complex functions.
I wanted to write about creating R-packages in Windows but after trying to get StatET to work seamlessly...
I've been doing R/Java development for some time, creating packages both large and small with this tool chain. I have used Eclipse as my package development environment almost exclusively, but I didn't realize how much I relied on the IDE before I had to do some serious R/C++ package development. My first Rcpp package (wordcloud)
I’ve played around a bit with the Eclipse Color Themes plugin by Felix Dahlke and Roger Dudler as they added support for the R editor that ships with plugin StatET late last year. The outcome is a little color theme called rappster. The nice thing with those color themes is that you can make your syntax … Continue reading...
The Eclipse IDE with StatET plugin, developed by Stephen Wahlbrink, is one of the more (maybe the most) full-featured options for running R. I’ve written about this combination before (previous post), but the highlights include a script editor with syntax highlighting, code completion, an integrated graphics window, an advanced debug system, and the best object