Using the SSC with R

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czarlogic
Using the SSC with R

Is there any possibility, or any current plans to add an R language interface to SSC? Thank you!

Paul Gilman

We do not have plans to add new language to the SDK for now, but it is helpful for us to know what languages people are interested in using.

If you have some programming experience, you could build your own wrapper for R using one of the existing wrappers for a different language as a model.

Best regards,
Paul.

czarlogic

Hi Paul,

Thanks for the reply- this is definitely something that I'm interested in. I have indeed begun writing a wrapper myself; it's a bit tricky in how R deals with pre-compiled code, not nearly as nice as the code samples provided.
If I were to open-source my work, put it on Github and/or CRAN, are there any licensing issues I should be aware of before doing that?
Thank you!

Paul Gilman

Hello,

You are welcome to open-source the R wrapper you develop and post it on websites like GitHub and CRAN. If you like, we should also be able to post a link to those websites from the SDK page of the SAM website. You are also welcome to post the URLs to those sites on this forum.

When you refer to SAM (System Advisor Model) and/or the SSC SDK (SAM Simulation Core Software Development Kit) in any documentation or descriptions of your work, please also mention the U.S. Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

Best regards,
Paul.

zaongco

Hi Paul,
The version of SAM that I am using cannot generate report, how could I avail the version that report can be generated. Thanks

zaongco

I'm sorry Paul, i already found where to create report. Thanks

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