StatET for R

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2023-12 (4.30)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.9/E202312

2023-06 (4.28)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.8/E202306

2022-12 (4.26)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.7/E202212

2022-06 (4.24)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.6/E202206

2021-12 (4.22)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.5/E202112

2021-06 (4.20)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.4/E202106

2020-12 (4.18)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.3/E202012

2020-06 (4.16)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.2/E202006

2019-12 (4.14)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.1/E201912

2018-12 (4.10)

https://download.eclipse.org/statet/releases/4.0/E201812

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Solution Description

Eclipse based IDE for the statistical programing language R.

It offers a set of mature tools for R coding and package building. This includes a fully integrated R Console, Object Browser, Package Manager, Debugger, Data Viewer and R Help System, whereas multiple local and remote installations of R are supported. The optional add-ons for Sweave and Wikitext (Commonmark/Markdown, Textile) provide source editors and build tools for LaTeX/Wikitext documents with R chunks.

StatET 4.9: Announcement | New and Noteworthy | Downloads

Advanced R Console: If you want to use the advanced console (RJ) with R, you need the R package 'rj' for your R version.
For GNU R see: RJSrv4GR project (installation instructions)

Categories: Editor, IDE, Languages

Additional Details

Eclipse Versions: 2023-12 (4.30), 2023-06 (4.28), 2022-12 (4.26), 2022-06 (4.24), 2021-12 (4.22), 2021-06 (4.20), 2020-12 (4.18), 2020-06 (4.16), 2019-12 (4.14), 2018-12 (4.10)

Platform Support: Windows, Mac, Linux/GTK

Organization Name: WalWare.de

Development Status: Production/Stable

Date Created: Thursday, September 2, 2010 - 13:29

License: EPL 2.0

Date Updated: Friday, February 23, 2024 - 10:37

Submitted by: Stephan Wahlbrink

Date Ranking Installs Clickthroughs
May 2024 268/646 33 12
April 2024 263/687 62 14
March 2024 260/694 69 9
February 2024 242/687 72 278
January 2024 263/691 64 14
December 2023 246/671 68 8
November 2023 264/686 70 12
October 2023 267/673 66 12
September 2023 234/663 80 10
August 2023 243/673 65 10
July 2023 258/668 59 7
June 2023 307/669 40 5
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I am using the Statet plugin since 2015/16. Though some experience with the IDE in general may be of value using this software, in my opinion this is the best IDE available today. I use this software intensely for scientific purposes, where especially full script solutions are necessary. The stability of this software is absolutely convincing and we strongly recommend using the eclipse IDE with the Statet plugin.

My first experience with IDEs for R was working with TinnR, which I remember as a very useful tool but with the limitation that this software was restricted to Windows (I currently work in Linux). StatET was introduced to me in the context of a job in the area of remote sensing and I was thrilled by the possibility of working with different programming languages in the same workbench. I found out in a book about RStudio and I commonly use it for teaching purposes and I have seen a lot of progress in the development of this software. Despite installing and setting StatET may be complicated, I still consider this as the best IDE for R. The functions I love most in StatET is the display of objects in Object Browser.

It is quite hard to get working with R4 and compiling the rj package. For me to install rj on macos I had to do the following:

* brew install llvm # check llvm first in path, otherwise: `export PATH=/usr/local/opt/llvm/bin:$PATH`
* brew install pcre2
* sudo ln -s /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools/SDKs/MacOSX.sdk/usr/include/* /usr/local/include/
* Add to .bash_profile the lines:

export LDFLAGS="-L/usr/local/opt/llvm/lib -Wl,-rpath,/usr/local/opt/llvm/lib
export CPPFLAGS="-I/usr/local/opt/llvm/include -I/usr/local/opt/llvm/include/c++/v1/
alias ld='ld.lld'

* source ~/.bash_profile
* wget download.walware.de/rj-4.0/src/contrib/rj_4.0.2-4.tar.gz
* R CMD INSTALL rj_4.0.2-4.tar.gz
* Install StatET from Eclipse Marketplace

Thanks so much for this development. Used in combination with Dbeaver, subclipse, egit and MoreClipboard, it's a powerfull tool for everyday scripting. The outline in complex sweave documents makes it very easy to navigate.