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A Framework for an R to OpenGL Interface for Interactive 3D graphics

@inproceedings{Adler2003AFF,
  title={A Framework for an R to OpenGL Interface for Interactive 3D graphics},
  author={Daniel Adler and Oleg Nenadic},
  year={2003}
}
We describe a framework for providing interactive 3D graphics in R. The key component is the interface between R and OpenGL, which provides a set of commands for specifying objects and operations that enable three-dimensional graphical visualization. An alpha version of the software, the core of which is written in ANSI-compliant C++, is available for testing and feedback (Win32 and X11). An important goal in the design has been to facilitate portability to different operating systems. An… Expand
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