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RGL : A R-library for 3 D visualization with OpenGL

@inproceedings{Adler2003RGLA,
  title={RGL : A R-library for 3 D visualization with OpenGL},
  author={Daniel Adler and Oleg Nenadic and Walter Zucchini},
  year={2003}
}
RGL is a library of functions that offers three-dimensional, real-time visualization functionality to the R programming environment. It ameliorates a shortcoming in the current version of R (and most other statistical software packages), namely the inability to allow the user to conveniently generate interactive 3D graphics. Since 3D objects need to be projected on a 2D display, special navigation capabilities are needed to provide insight into 3D relationships. Features such as lighting, alpha… Expand

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