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Integrating R with C++: Rcpp, RInside, and RProtobuf

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Uploaded on Oct 27, 2010

Google Tech Talk
October 22, 2010

Presented by Dirk Eddelbuettel and Romain Francois.

ABSTRACT

The R Intergrouplet has invited long-time R contributors Dirk and Romain to give a joint tech talk about some of the recent developments on their open-source R packages. The Rcpp package provides a consistent C++ class hierarchy that maps various types of R objects to dedicated C++ classes. Object interchange between R and C++ is managed by simple, flexible, and extensible concepts which include broad support for popular C++ idioms from the Standard Template Library. RInside is used to embed R in C++ applications, and RProtobuf is the Protocol Buffers API for R.

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