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Dear All,
 
I want to build a mathematical software tool in VB.NET. I want to use some R calculations and integrate R libraries into my program. I hope to use Visual Studio 2010, R and R's library tools like statconnDCOM. I have one question. Is it possible to use my software in another computer without R installed?
 
Please anyone has experience, help me!
Thanks
Posted 4-Mar-12 21:45pm
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Solution 1

Take a look at this article The R Statistical Language[^] which shows you how to integrate R with .Net using an R COM interface.
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Solution 2

I came to know that my computer has some problems calling "R". So I decided not to use "R". Then I use C# libraries for Matrix to do my calculations. For more information my problem see here matrix algebra in VB.NET application[^]
Thanks for the reply.
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