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robert.kleine
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Hello,

I registered because I thought there is a download page specifically for registered users where I can download StatconnDCOM 3.6-0B8 as it is not available on the "regular download page. Unfortunately after logging in I experience the same problems as on the regular download page. There is either no download link or the links lead nowhere. CAn somebody please tell me how I can download the files?

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Robert
2018-02-12 14:29
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Thomas Baier
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Robert,

the download page says:

"Please note, that you will only be able to download if you have suitable permissions to run statconnDCOM Professional or statconnDCOM Server edition."

You can use the contact form to ask for help if you think you should have access to this software.

Best regards,
Thomas
2018-02-12 15:29
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dmf_hd
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Well, actually my Problem is to get RExcel up and running. I installed the newest Version of R and RExcel. I use Office 2010 32-bit on a Win7 64-bit machine. When trying to start RExcel or use the check Server command RExcel throws out an error message "There seems to be no R process connected to Excel". Doing a Little Research on the net I found that this error is caused by a file called sctools.dll. And it also said that the new Version of statconnDCom (0B8) would solve the Problem. That is why I asked as to where I can download the file. If there are other Solutions to get rid of that error I'd be fine with those.

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Robert
2018-02-13 08:28
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Thomas Baier
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Robert,

I wpuld recommend to install and use scExcel, which is the successor to RExcel. You can find it in the download area at www.autstat.com.

Best regards,
Thomas
2018-02-13 09:02
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dmf_hd
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Robert,

I wpuld recommend to install and use scExcel, which is the successor to RExcel. You can find it in the download area at www.autstat.com.

Best regards,
Thomas


I understand. So I would uninstall RExcel und maybe also uninstall R. Then re-install R (I Need the 32-bit Version for Office 2010 32-bit, right)and install scExcel and afterwards use the test tool if everything is configured right?

This package works the same way as RExcel?

Thanks,

Robert
2018-02-13 14:24
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Thomas Baier
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Robert,

please uninstall RExcel. Then use the scExcel Home&Student installer, which should do most things automatically for you. The setup test/maintenance tool can be used to install missing R packages if required.

scExcel is not 100% compatible with RExcel. The VBA project reference is called scExcel (and not RExcelVBALib) and there is the need to once initialize the RInterface object to use VBA.

Please post to the forum if you need help.

Best wishes,
Thomas
2018-02-13 15:49
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