[erlang-questions] Graphing tools

Daniel Eliasson <>
Wed Aug 29 10:22:42 CEST 2012

Hi Kilgore,

You might also be interested in https://github.com/del/erserve which
is a library I wrote to let Erlang call to R. It's being developed
actively, and I'd love to get some users and feedback.


On 28 August 2012 22:12, kilgore trout <> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Thanks for all the replies, it seems there's a lot more options than I first
> thought.
> And there's an Erlang/R bridge! How come I didn't think of looking it up
> earlier:
> https://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/rserlang/
> This presents the perfect excuse to polish up my basic R skills!
> Richard, that's a "no" on sharing the raw data unfortunately, the powers
> that be aren't into the sharing / open-source philosophy, at least not yet
> anyway :-(
> //KT.
> On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 1:26 AM, Richard O'Keefe <> wrote:
>> On 28/08/2012, at 11:42 AM, Stu Bailey wrote:
>> > There are several nice javascript data visualization tools here:
>> The reason that I recommended R is that there is a *vast* amount
>> of stuff already available free for/in R to do all sorts of data
>> mining and analysis stuff.  There is also an R mailing list that
>> has some very smart, informed, and helpful people on it, and it
>> is even more active than the Erlang mailing list.  If it is just
>> about pretty pictures, javascript is cool, but so is rrd.
>> If it's anything more than that, you need at least something like
>> Matlab or R or Octave or ...
>> Just out of curiosity, could the raw data be made available?
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