Download Software R For Mac Yale

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Persistence analyzes images of polymers to determine their bending persistence length. Details can be found in the published paper Graham JS, McCullough BR, Kang H, Elam WA, Cao W, and De La Cruz EM (2014), Multi-Platform Compatible Software for Analysis of Polymer Bending Mechanics, PLoS ONE 9(4): e94766. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094766 . The software is copyrighted by the De La Cruz lab at Yale, but is free to use and distribute for non-commercial purposes. Please reference the paper when you use the software to analyze your data.
The software is created in MATLAB, but can be run without MATLAB using the MATLAB Runtime application that may be downloaded for free from the MathWorks website (see link below). Sample data, more information, and and a tutorial are included in the zip file. Also included in the software package is a document detailing ImageJ procedures for preparing the correct images for Persistence software. Updates to the software will be posted as available.

For example R-GUIs linked to 3.0.x and 3.1.x are NOT binary compatible. The compiled is usually bound to a specific version, such as 3.0.1. If you upgrade R removing the older version, let's say using built for 3.0.0 and updating R to 3.0.1, you may need to fix the absolute path to libR.dylib.

  • RStudio is a set of integrated tools designed to help you be more productive with R. It includes a console, syntax-highlighting editor that supports direct code execution, and a variety of robust tools for plotting, viewing history, debugging and managing your workspace.
  • On the Order Summary Page, click the Download link, and the download will begin. (If your browser prompts you to save or run the file, click Save to save the file in your Downloads directory.) Note: The file is more than 1.7GB. Depending on your internet connection, it might take a while to download.
  • This directory contains binaries for a base distribution and packages to run on Mac OS X (release 10.6 and above). Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2 (and Mac OS X 10.1) are no longer supported but you can find the last supported release of R for these systems (which is R 1.7.1) here.
The newest version is available to be download below! The previous versions are not available to be download anymore, but if you want, you can send an request email to [email protected].
Please address all comments and inquiries to the corresponding author: Enrique De La Cruz.
If you would like email notifications for future software updates, or have bug reports and/or suggestions for improvement, please email [email protected]

Version History

October 2016: version 4.2.3 was released. It has major bug fixes and an improved user interface for better stability and ease of use.
March 2017: Mac version with MCR2016a (9.0.1) and bug fixed is now available to download.


Please note the appropriate MATLAB Runtime version for your specific download.

Yale free software
Version 4.2.3 for Windows:
64 bit version download (13 MB), requires MATLAB MCR Release 2016b (9.1), 32 bit version download (9 MB), requires MATLAB MCR Release 2015b (9.0)
Download Software R For Mac Yale
Version 4.2.3 for Mac:
download (7 MB), requires MATLAB MCR Release 2016a (9.0.1)

Yale University Software

Version 4.2.3 for Linux:
zip download (13 MB) or tar download (20 MB), requires MATLAB MCR Release 2016b (9.1)

Yale is a small (272KB) portable tool which can monitor and display details on your system's processor, hard drive and network use.

The program lives in your system tray, and a quick right-click, Show is enough to open its panel. Here you'll see your current CPU and hard drive usage, as well as your network transfer rates for all adapters, as well as a graph revealing resource use history for the past few seconds. This display also updates as you watch, of course.

Clicking on one of the network adapters reveals even more information, as the panel expands to show traffic according to its type: TCP, UDP, HTTP, FTP, UPnP, Shared Network Folders and so on. (Although, annoyingly, this won't work unless the program has administrative rights. Right-click the executable, select Properties > Compatibility and check 'Run this program as an administrator' to permanently avoid this problem in Windows Vista or 7.)

Yale has a few problems. It's not too configurable, for instance: if you're not interested in CPU or disk activity monitoring, then you can't turn those graphs off. And, even more basic, if your network adapter names are lengthy then they'll be displayed over the first network transfer speed figure, making it very difficult to read.

Still, if you'd like a network monitor which breaks traffic down by protocols then it could be handy. And, of course, as it's portable there's nothing to install, no penalty for trying it out.

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It's short on configuration options, but otherwise Yale is a straightforward network monitor, particularly interesting if you'd like to see your traffic broken down into its various protocols