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R Language Online Compiler

Write, Run & Share R Language code online using OneCompiler's R Language online compiler for free. It's one of the robust, feature-rich online compilers for R language, running on the latest version 3.4. Getting started with the OneCompiler's R Language compiler is simple and pretty fast. The editor shows sample boilerplate code when you choose language as R. OneCompiler also has reference programs, where you can look for the sample programs and start learning. Happy learning!!

About R

R is very popular for data analytics which was created by Ross Ihaka and Robert Gentleman in 1993. Many big companies like Google, Facebook, Airbnb etc uses this language for data analytics. R is good for software developers, statisticians and data miners.

Key Features

  • Interpreted programming language(no compilation required)
  • provides highly extensible graphical techniques.
  • Good community support
  • Free and open-source
  • Handles data very effectively.

Syntax help

Data Types

Data typeDescriptionUsage
NumericTo represent decimal valuesx=1.84
IntegerTo represent integer values, L tells to store the value as integerx=10L
ComplexTo represent complex valuesx = 10+2i
LogicalTo represent boolean values, true or falsex = TRUE
CharacterTo represent string valuesx <- "One compiler"
rawHolds raw bytes

Variables

Variables can be assigned using any of the leftward, rightward or equal to operator. You can print the variables using either print or cat functions.

var-name = value
var-name <- value
value -> var-name

Loops

1. IF Family:

If, If-else, Nested-Ifs are used when you want to perform a certain set of operations based on conditional expressions.

If

if(conditional-expression){    
    #code    
} 

If-else

if(conditional-expression){  
    #code if condition is true  
} else {  
    #code if condition is false  
} 

Nested-If-else

if(condition-expression1) {  
    #code if above condition is true  
} elseif(condition-expression2){  
    #code if above condition is true  
}  
elseif(condition-expression3) {  
    #code if above condition is true  
}  
...  
else {  
    #code if all the conditions are false  
}  

2. Switch:

Switch is used to execute one set of statement from multiple conditions.

switch(expression, case-1, case-2, case-3....)   

3. For:

For loop is used to iterate a set of statements based on a condition.

for (value in vector) {  
  # code  
} 

4. While:

While is also used to iterate a set of statements based on a condition. Usually while is preferred when number of ierations is not known in advance.

while(condition) {  
 # code 
}  

5. Repeat:

Repeat is used tyo iterate a set of statements with out any condition. You can write a user-defined condition to exit from the loop using IF.

repeat {   
   #code   
   if(condition-expression) {  
      break  
   }  
} 

Functions

Function is a sub-routine which contains set of statements. Usually functions are written when multiple calls are required to same set of statements which increases re-usuability and modularity.

How to define a Function

func-name <- function(parameter_1, parameter_2, ...) {  
   #code for function body   
}  

How to call a Function

function_name (parameters)

Vectors

Vector is a basic data strucre where sequence of data values share same data type.

For example, the below statement assigns 1 to 10 values to x. You can also use se() function to create vectors.

x <- 1:10
#using seq() function
 x <- seq(1, 10, by=2)

the above statement prints the output as [1] 1 3 5 7 9.

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Reference Programs:

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How to use?

Choose the language in which you want to run your program, by clicking the button next to Run. And then write your code in the code box, You can use the auto complete snippets and warnings and errors which helps you to write better code faster way.
Once you are done writing your code click the Run button, now the code will be submitted to OneCompiler and you will see the results in a second.

How to contribute?

Please fork OneCompiler repository and contribute us by adding more languages or the features to the existing OneCompiler backend.
You can also contibute to the community by adding more programs which users can search and use as base code for their programs.

API & More

You can embed OneCompiler into your own website. That helps your website users to write and test their programs within your website.
If you want to run and see the results from your backend you can utilize the OneCompiler API by integrating it with your backend.