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Excelsi-R

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Excel's Interface to R

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Excelsi-R is an Excel add-in that allows Excel spreadsheets to harness the power of the R statistical language by connecting to a running R process. R does not need to be installed on the computer running Excel, but it does require access to an R instance running Rserve (which can be on a remote computer).

It supports incorporating R plots and graphs in an Excel workbook.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Excel

Programming Language

C++, S/R, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)

Registered

2012-02-25

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