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Working with Audio and Video
Bindings to 'FFmpeg' < http://www.ffmpeg.org/> AV library for working with audio and video in R. Generate high quality videos files by capturing images from the R graphics device combined with custom audio stream. This package interfaces directly to the C API and does not require any command line utilities.
Producing and Reproducing Results
A system for embedded scientific computing and reproducible research with R. The OpenCPU server exposes a simple but powerful HTTP api for RPC and data interchange with R. This provides a reliable and scalable foundation for statistical services or building R web applications. The OpenCPU server runs either as a single-user development server within the interactive R session, or as a multi-user Linux stack based on Apache2. The entire system is fully open source and permissively licensed. The OpenCPU website has detailed documentation and example apps.
Google's Compact Language Detector 2
Bindings to Google's C++ library Compact Language Detector 2 (see < https://github.com/cld2owners/cld2#readme> for more information). Probabilistically detects over 80 languages in plain text or HTML. For mixed-language input it returns the top three detected languages and their approximate proportion of the total classified text bytes (e.g. 80% English and 20% French out of 1000 bytes). There is also a 'cld3' package on CRAN which uses a neural network model instead.
GNU Privacy Guard for R
Bindings to GnuPG for working with OpenGPG (RFC4880) cryptographic methods. Includes utilities for public key encryption, creating and verifying digital signatures, and managing your local keyring. Note that some functionality depends on the version of GnuPG that is installed on the system. On Windows this package can be used together with 'GPG4Win' which provides a GUI for managing keys and entering passphrases.
JSON for Linking Data
HTTP and WebSocket Server Library
Provides low-level socket and protocol support for handling HTTP and WebSocket requests directly from within R. It is primarily intended as a building block for other packages, rather than making it particularly easy to create complete web applications using httpuv alone. httpuv is built on top of the libuv and http-parser C libraries, both of which were developed by Joyent, Inc. (See LICENSE file for libuv and http-parser license information.)
Utilities for Graphical Rendering
Useful tools for writing vector graphics devices.
Extensible Style-Sheet Language Transformations
An extension for the 'xml2' package to transform XML documents by applying an 'xslt' style-sheet.