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jrdistribution

Combines R console with GUI for analysis of probability distributions.

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JRdistribution project is an attempt to combine a convenient GUI with the power of R language to compute probability distributions' parameters. We provide a dozen of probability distributions which you can analyze changing their parameters using both graphical interface and R console. Using the menu, any time you can get some useful output, e. g. expected value or probability density plot. You are also able to perform more complex computing being provided R console waiting for your orders.GUI and R console are connected and you can change the probability parameters in the graphical interface and then use them in your script. Moreover, when you change appropriate variables writing an R function, you can see the GUI synchronizing with it.
To use the application you should be able to run Java and have basic R environment installed. You can download it here: http://www.r-project.org/index.html
JRdistribution uses RCaller library which is available here: https://code.google.com/p/rcaller/

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Languages

Polish, English

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java, S/R

Registered

2014-03-17

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