JGR (pronounced ‘Jaguar’) is a universal and unified graphical user interface for R.
JGR was introduced at the useR! meeting in 2004. The software is still under active development.
It’s compatible with JDK > 1.9.
- Offers a portable interface.
- Integrated editor with:
- Syntax highlighting.
- Direct command transfer.
- Devise and revise analyses.
- Integrated multi tabbed help system.
- ‘Type-on’ spreadsheet.
- Console with autocompletion.
- Object browser featuring:
- Tabbed object view.
- Model comparison.
- Drag & Drop.
- Direct ‘Open’ dialog for simple dataset loading.
- Tooltips for help.
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