Note: This is the version of the documentation designed for users. It has a subset of topics from the contributors output.
R.NET enables the .NET Framework to interoperate with the R statistical language in the same process. R.NET requires the .NET Framework 4 and the native R shared libraries installed with the R environment. You can use R.NET from any language targetting .NET (it has been used at least from C#, F#, Vb.NET, IronPython). A couple of related works must be mentioned before you dive into this documentation. For F#, you probably should consider F# R Provider. One motivation for releasing 1.5.13 is for the RProvider to more easily manage dependency on R.NET.
To get started, see Getting Started.
For F#, you probably should consider F# R Provider. One motivation for releasing 1.5.13 is for the RProvider to more easily manage dependency on R.NET.
Questions and feedback
As of 2015-07 the prefered way to ask technical questions is via R.NET on stackoverflow ('rdotnet' tag).
If you wish to contribute to this documentation, you can fork R.NET on github and modify the branch gh-pages, then submit a pull request.
Thanks to Tom Johnson for providing the Jekyll Documentation Theme as a starting point for the R.NET documentation.
Contributors, directly or indirectly, to the code for this release are jperraud, kos59125, evolvedmicrobe, Daniel Collins, gchapman, sukru, nakagawa_hiroyuki, JoeJoe