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Module Version: CPAN-0.08   Source   Latest Release: Statistics-RserveClient-0.12

NAME ^

Statistics::RserveClient - An Rserve Client library for the R statistics platform.

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Statistics::RserveClient::Connection;

  my $cnx = new Statistics::RserveClient::Connection('localhost');
  my @result = $cnx->evalString("x='Hello, world!'; x");

DESCRIPTION ^

Rserve provides a connection-oriented network interface to the R statistical platform. The Statistics::RserveClient package provides a Perl client library to enable interaction with Rserve from within Perl applications.

Using RserveClient, your Perl application can pass strings to Rserve for evaluation by R. The results are returned as Perl arrays.

USAGE ^

  use Statistics::RserveClient::Connection;

  my $cnx = new Statistics::RserveClient::Connection('localhost');
  my @result = $cnx->evalString("x='Hello, world!'; x");

BUGS ^

This library does not yet support the full rserve protocol. For example, long packets are not supported.

SUPPORT ^

Please visit http://github.com/djun-kim/Statistics--RserveClient to view/file bug reports and feature requests and to browse additional documentation.

AUTHOR ^

    Djun M. Kim
    CPAN ID: DJUNKIM
    Cielo Systems Inc.
    info@cielosystems.com
    http://github.org/djun-kim/Statistics--RserveClient/wiki

COPYRIGHT ^

This program is free software licensed under the...

        The General Public License (GPL)
        Version 2, June 1991

The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ^

This software was partially funded through the financial assistance of the University of British Columbia, via a Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund project led by Dr. Bruce Dunham (UBC Statistics).

The author would also like to thank Dr. Davor Cubranic (UBC Statistics) for many improvements to the code, in particular most of the tests.

SEE ALSO ^

rserve: (http://www.rforge.net/Rserve/)

R project: http://r-project.org

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