Is it possible to link the R language and Julia?

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Julia seems super fast and effective for syntax-sane computation. That's why I plan on implementing Julia where C++ is mainly used in R programs, in order to optimize slow parts of code. 

But before I study about it, I want to know what support R provides for Julia.

Any help would be appreciated, thank you.

Jan 21 in Data Analytics by Tyrion anex
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R has a specific package just for the implementation of Julia. It's called the RJulia package, you can read about it in the official docs.

Hope this helps.

answered Jan 21 by Sophie may
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