Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 11:59:06 -0400
Reply-To: Michael Friendly <friendly@YORKU.CA>
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From: Michael Friendly <friendly@YORKU.CA>
Organization: York University
Subject: Re: calling r, S-Plus from SAS
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For R, you have to do something like
x 'path\to\Rterm.exe --vanilla < path\to\myfile.R > myfile.out';
I'm not sure how graphic output works; you'll have to define
the names of graphic output files in your calls to the
output driver, dev()
Google 'rw-FAQ' or go to http://www.r-project.org
SAS Squid wrote:
> I generally work in SAS but have some graphics features I would like to
> run in r of in S-Plus. I would like to do this 'automatically' from SAS
> I'm thinking of something along the lines of putting the r code in a text file
> and calling system of x on it; r would expect the data in a certain place,
> and my SAS would drop the data in the right place/filename before invoking r.
> x 'r.exe myfile.r';
> Does anybody have any experience using r from within SAS like this
> or in a better way ?
> Alas, searching for a one word character r to find an archived answer
> is not easy.
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