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Eclipse and StatET 2.0 Install For Running R

The Eclipse IDE with StatET plugin, developed by Stephen Wahlbrink, is one of the more (maybe the most) full-featured options for running R. I’ve written about this combination before (previous post), but the highlights include a script editor with syntax highlighting, code completion, an integrated graphics window, an advanced debug system, and the best object browser available among the various freely available R development environments. This post outlines the installation of the current StatET 2.0.x version on a Windows 7 x64 system, since the installation process has become slightly more streamlined since … Continue Reading

ImageJ paint brush tool keyboard shortcut

ImageJ is easy to modify if you know a bit of Java. I don’t know any Java. But here’s what I did to add keyboard shortcuts for the paint brush tool and the line selection tool. The code is based off this help file from the ImageJ website: http://rsbweb.nih.gov/ij/docs/guide/userguide-32.html

The first step was to figure out to refer to the line tool and paint brush tools. I did this by going to Plugins>Macros>Record and clicking on the line tool and the paint brush tool in succession. The numeric codes for those tools were revealed in the macro recording window … Continue Reading