Evaluating the Design of the R Language - Objects and Functions for Data Analysis

@inproceedings{Morandat2012EvaluatingTD,
  title={Evaluating the Design of the R Language - Objects and Functions for Data Analysis},
  author={Flor{\'e}al Morandat and Brandon Hill and Leo Osvald and J. Vitek},
  booktitle={ECOOP},
  year={2012}
}
  • Floréal Morandat, Brandon Hill, +1 author J. Vitek
  • Published in ECOOP 2012
  • Computer Science
  • R is a dynamic language for statistical computing that combines lazy functional features and object-oriented programming. This rather unlikely linguistic cocktail would probably never have been prepared by computer scientists, yet the language has become surprisingly popular. With millions of lines of R code available in repositories, we have an opportunity to evaluate the fundamental choices underlying the R language design. Using a combination of static and dynamic program analysis we assess… CONTINUE READING
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