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7 7  This project can be divided into several goals, the first goals represents the key features of the application that would ensure its usability, and the next goals would allow the application to be applied a wider range of use cases.
8 8  
9 9  1. R code macro : create a macro within XWiki allowing to execute R code using the Renjin engine
10 -1. Allow plots generated through a R script to be rendered into a wiki page upon the script execution
10 +1. Allow plots generated through a R script to be rendered into a wiki page upon the script execution
11 11  1. Create an interactive interpreter within XWiki to use the R command line interface
12 12  1. Allow R extensions to be integrated within XWiki either through a specific interface or through the already existing extension manager
13 13  
14 14  == Requirements ==
15 15  
16 +* Good knowledge of Java and JavaScript
17 +* Some knowledge of the R language
18 +
16 16  == Other resources ==
17 17  
18 18  * The Renjin website : http://www.renjin.org/
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Overview

Renjin is a JVM-based interpreter for the R language. In other means, it allows the execution of R code within the JVM to perform some calucations and statistical operations.

Objectives

This project can be divided into several goals, the first goals represents the key features of the application that would ensure its usability, and the next goals would allow the application to be applied a wider range of use cases.

  1. R code macro : create a macro within XWiki allowing to execute R code using the Renjin engine
  2. Allow plots generated through a R script to be rendered into a wiki page upon the script execution
  3. Allow plots generated through a R script to be rendered into a wiki page upon the script execution
  4. Create an interactive interpreter within XWiki to use the R command line interface
  5. Allow R extensions to be integrated within XWiki either through a specific interface or through the already existing extension manager

Requirements

  • Good knowledge of Java and JavaScript
  • Some knowledge of the R language

Other resources

Year

2019

Status

Proposed

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