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rkward

   0.6.1  

KDE Scientific

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Homepage:  http://rkward.sf.net
Wiki:  Link
Version Control:  Link
Issue Tacker:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3924
Submitted:  Aug 2 2004
Updated:  Apr 2 2013

Description:

RKWard aims to provide an easily extensible, easy to use IDE/GUI for the R-project. RKWard strives to combine the power of the R-language with the (relative) ease of use of commercial statistical packages. While RKWard is far from finished, it is already useful to R experts looking for an IDE interface to the R language. For R novices, it provides graphical dialogs for a limited but growing number of statistical and graphing features.




Changelog:

--- Version 0.6.1 - Apr-02-2013
- Add option to force-close a graphics window
- Add plugin for subsetting data.frames by rows or columns
- On the Windows platform, add an new (experimental) binary startup wrapper (rkward.exe)
- Revert to building R packages form source on Mac OS X by default (controllable via compile-time option)
- Fixed: lattice plots would not be added to the plot history, correctly, for some versions of lattice
- Fix crash when trying to print, and neither okular, nor kpdf are available
- Added support for loaded namespaces that are not attached to a loaded package
- Pluginmaps can specify their "priority". Pluginmaps with low priority will not be added automatically, when found.
- Pluginmaps can other pluginmaps based on their id (for cross-package inclusion)
- Added new element for dynamic version checks within a plugin (R and RKWard versions, only, so far)
- Add guard against accidental usage of the standard distributed pluginmaps in a later version of RKWard (installed in parallel)
- Easier (de-)activation of RKWard plugin maps using checkboxes (Settings->Configure RKWard->Plugins)
- Broken or quirky .pluginmap files are reported to the user, completely broken maps are disabled, automatically
- Implement basic dependency handling for plugins / pluginmaps
- Added support for the upcoming R 3.0.0
- Added logic element to switch between several target properties (or fixed values) based on the value of a condition property
- Sort plugin gains option to sort data.frames by more than one column at a time, and options for type conversion
- Add in-application debug message viewer (targetted at (plugin) developers)
- Add setting to customize initial working directory
- Windows only: Add UI-checkbox for R's "internet2"-option
- New functions getString(), getList() and getBoolean() for fetching data in plugin scripts
- Boolean properties now return a numeric, not labelled representation of their value, by default. es should be unaffected.
- Added GUI element for entering a set of options for an arbitrary number of items
- Reduce CPU usage of pluings while idle
- Fix conversion from Numeric to Factor in the data editor
- In the data.frame editor, columns containing invalid values are now highlighted in red
- Fixed: If none of the previous plugin maps could be found on startup, re-add the default
- Added GUI element for entering matrix or vector data in plugins
- Improve key handling while editing factor levels in a data.frame
- Added utiltity function rk.flush.output()
- RKWard is now categorized as Science/Math/Numerical Analysis in its .desktop file
- Fixed: Yet another fix for hard-to-read function argument hints
- Fixed: Device history was not working with more recent versions of ggplot2
- Fixed: Option to include suggested packages in install was mis-labelled "install dependencies"
- rk.set.output.html.file() gains argument to allow addition of custom content to the html header




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 bug after running

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Apr 27 2005
 
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Debug-flags as decimal: 4095
cannot find system Renviron
Fatal error: unable to open the base package

Could not open file for reading: plugins/description.xml


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 Re: bug after running

 
 by tfry on: Apr 27 2005
 
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> cannot find system Renviron
> Fatal error: unable to open the base package

This a problem while initializing R. The most likely cause - I believe - is that the path of your R installation has changed, but rkward still thinks it knows the correct path.
The easiest way around this would be to delete the old rkward-configuration file, usually located at
~/.kde/share/config/rkwardrc
Then on the next start you will be prompted about the R_HOME variable (the directory where R stores all its files).

> Could not open file for reading: plugins/description.xml

This seems to be an additional error with rkward not finding some of its files. Make sure you have done a
# make install
But maybe its also due to a bad saved setting, so deleting the old configuration is probably a good thing to do.


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 ok. Fixed.

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Apr 27 2005
 
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Keep that work. We need programs like this on linux.


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 Bug in RKWard 0.3.3

 
 by tfry on: Oct 12 2005
 
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One fairly important bug went unnoticed, when preparing the 0.3.3 release. An important file did not get installed, and this will lead to RKWard being unable to find its plugins. Fortunately, this can be worked around by simply installing one additional file. Please visit the homepage (http://rkward.sourceforge.net) for information.


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 Note for 0.3.4

 
 by tfry on: Nov 8 2005
 
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If you have previously been running RKWard 0.3.3, you may encounter a problem locating the standard plugins. Please refer to the release announcement on the homepage (http://rkward.sourceforge.net) for easy instructions on how to fix this.


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 Kubuntu 5.10 package

 
 by egonw on: Nov 8 2005
 
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Hi all,

looks good. Gonna give it a good testing... nice to see my syntax highlighting used!

I've build a Kubuntu 5.10 package (i386), which is available from my blog:

http://chem-bla-ics.blogspot.com/2005/11/r-gui-rkward.html

Egon


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 Compile error

 
 by Conex on: Nov 14 2005
 
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Hi, I'm runnign debian sarge kernel 2.4.27 and when compiling shows up next error:

rembedinternal.cpp:27:28: R_ext/Rdynload.h: No existe el fichero o el directorio
rembedinternal.cpp:28:29: R_ext/eventloop.h: No existe el fichero o el directorio
rembedinternal.cpp:29:15: R.h: No existe el fichero o el directorio
rembedinternal.cpp:30:24: Rinternals.h: No existe el fichero o el directorio
rembedinternal.cpp:31:24: Rinterface.h: No existe el fichero o el directorio
rembedinternal.cpp:32:22: Rdevices.h: No existe el fichero o el directorio
rembedinternal.cpp:33:25: R_ext/Parse.h: No existe el fichero o el directorio
rembedinternal.cpp:46: error: error sintáctico before `(' token
rembedinternal.cpp:50: error: error sintáctico before `;' token
rembedinternal.cpp:115: error: `SA_TYPE' was not declared in this scope
rembedinternal.cpp:115: error: error de decodificación before `,' token
rembedinternal.cpp: En function `void RCleanUp(...)':
rembedinternal.cpp:116: error: `saveact' undeclared (first use this function)
rembedinternal.cpp:116: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only
once for each function it appears in.)
rembedinternal.cpp:116: error: `SA_SUICIDE' undeclared (first use this
function)

Any help?

Thank!!!


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 Re: Compile error

 
 by tfry on: Nov 14 2005
 
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You seem to be missing the R include/header files. These should be in a package called r-devel, r-base-devel or something similar (depending on what distribution you have).

If you have those packages installed, but still get the error, make sure you supplied the correct argument --with-extra-includes to configure (as detailed in the INSTALL file). (Note that you'll also have to supply the --with-extra-libs argument. Again, see INSTALL.)

If you still have trouble compiling after that, please ask again.


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 Re: Compile error

 
 by tfry on: Nov 14 2005
 
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Sorry, just noted, you did specify your distribution. On debian the package in question is called r-base-dev.

You will need these options to configure:

./configure --prefix=/usr --with-extra-libs=/usr/lib/R/lib/ --with-extra-includes=/usr/lib/R/include


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