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Deuxième Journée: 10/02/2014 à 14h

  • Feb 10, 2014 · 2:00 PM
  • Salle Guillermond - Batiment L'herbier

Au programme :

- Florent Chuffart : Exécution simple de taches indépendantes sur grilles, cluster et architectures multicoeurs (

- Jean Thioulouse : Reproductibilité "en-ligne" des calculs et des graphiques statistiques - A Shiny new perspective (

- Tobias Verbeke : Eclipse/StatET and Architect for R Development

The Eclipse project provides a reference open source IDE for many programming languages and as such received the ACM Software System Award for 2011. The R plug-ins for Eclipse, better known as StatET, have been in development since 2004. Along the years an impressive number of features has been implemented, but the tricks of the trade to improve R programming pleasure and comfort with StatET are still well kept secrets within the R community. In order to provide easier entrance of the R community into the Eclipse ecosystem Architect was developed as a cross-platform IDE which offers Eclipse, StatET, R and R tools in one preconfigured application. 

The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate all functionality of the IDE hands on and to show how it supports both the simplest of interactions with R and the toughest of R developments. Some of the topics we will touch on are

•  R script editing and interaction with the R Console 

• code navigation and refactoring operations 

• visual debugging of R code and packages 

• advanced R help search 

• package checking, building and installing 

• Sweave and knitr editing and document building 

•  setting up a central R installation and configuring remote R Consoles 

• using GIT and interacting with GitHub 

• Rcpp development with Eclipse 

• the ggplot2 builder

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