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A simple user interface to the R software environment.

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A simple user interface to the R software environment. It is designed for people new to R and provides the user with easy access to their variables and data along with pointers to the most basic commands.

It also allows for multiple people to share data across different sessions on different machines. In this way it also offers a collaborative environment for people to work together in remote locations.

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BSD License


  • GUI for R
  • Provides interface for learning R
  • Communications for sharing data


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Education, End Users/Desktop, Science/Research



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