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Install-Package R.NET.Community -Version 1.6.0
dotnet add package R.NET.Community --version 1.6.0
<PackageReference Include="R.NET.Community" Version="1.6.0" />
paket add R.NET.Community --version 1.6.0
#r "nuget: R.NET.Community, 1.6.0"
// Install R.NET.Community as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=R.NET.Community&version=1.6.0 // Install R.NET.Community as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=R.NET.Community&version=1.6.0
Library for in-process interoperability of the .NET Framework with the R statistical computing software. This requires the R binaries, which are available at http://www.r-project.org/. This nuget package is a newer version of R.NET previously found at R.NET. For logistical reasons, the previous nuget feed cannot be used yet.
- DynamicInterop (>= 0.7.4)
NuGet packages (7)
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Deedle implements an efficient and robust frame and series data structures for manipulating with structured data. It supports handling of missing values, aggregations, grouping, joining, statistical functions and more. For frames and series with ordered indices (such as time series), automatic alignment is also available. This package installs core Deedle package, together with an R type provider plugin which makes it possible to pass data frames and time series between R and Deedle
This package contains a library for turning FsLab experiments written as script files into HTML and LaTeX reports. The easiest way to use the library is to use the 'FsLab Journal' Visual Studio template.
Provides interfaces to build up R's graphics engine.
Algorithms and solutions for the book Elements of Financial Risk Management by Peter F. Christoffersen written on F# and R
This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.
* Version upgrade to 1.6, result of many cumulative minor upgrades to 1.5 over the past year.
* Fix for Issue 165: some statements commented out but also after a semi-colon statement separator ';' could still be executed in most circumstances.
* Note that AutoPrint is now true by default, to match the default R behavior. You may want to turn this to False to increase the calculation performances on large data sets.