JGR (speak ’Jaguar’) is a universal and unified Graphical User Interface for R (it actually abbreviates Java Gui for R). JGR was introduced at the useR! meeting in 2004 and there is an introductory article in the Statistical Computing and Graphics Newsletter Vol 16 nr 2 p9-12

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  1. Alexander Pilhöfer; Antony Unwin: New Approaches in Visualization of Categorical Data: R Package extracat (2013)
  2. Dormann, Carsten F.: Parametric statistics. Distributions, maximum likelihood and GLM in R (2013)
  3. Ian Fellows: Deducer: A Data Analysis GUI for R (2012)
  4. Ilhami Visne; Ahmet Yildiz; Ekran Dilaveroglu; Klemens Vierlinger; Christa Nöhammer; Friedrich Leisch; Albert Kriegner: speedR: An R Package for Interactive Data Import, Filtering and Ready-to-Use Code Generation (2012)
  5. Joris Snellenburg; Sergey Laptenok; Ralf Seger; Katharine Mullen; Ivo van Stokkum: Glotaran: A Java-Based Graphical User Interface for the R Package TIMP (2012)
  6. Stefan Rödiger; Thomas Friedrichsmeier; Prasenjit Kapat; Meik Michalke: RKWard: A Comprehensive Graphical User Interface and Integrated Development Environment for Statistical Analysis with R (2012)
  7. Adrian Bowman; Iain Gibson; E. Scott; Ewan Crawford: Interactive Teaching Tools for Spatial Sampling (2010)
  8. Michael Lawrence; Duncan Temple Lang: RGtk2: A Graphical User Interface Toolkit for R (2010)
  9. Foulkes, Andrea S.: Applied statistical genetics with R. For population-based association studies (2009)
  10. Harner, E. James; Luo, Dajie; Tan, Jun: JavaStat: a Java/R-based statistical computing environment (2009)
  11. Urbanek, Simon: How to talk to strangers: ways to leverage connectivity between R, Java and Objective C (2009)
  12. Ligges, Uwe: Programming with R (2007)
  13. Angelo Mineo; Alfredo Pontillo: Using R via PHP for Teaching Purposes: R-php (2006)