[Athen] R Interpreter for Macintosh

Schwarte, David M. schwarte at purdue.edu
Tue Sep 3 13:26:57 PDT 2019

Hello Debbie,

Thanks very much. I was able to contact JooYoung and get a lot of helpful information about using R with a screenreader.

David Schwarte

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Hi David,

On another list, it was suggested that using the command-line terminal for R works best with screen readers. There's an online book, "LURN<https://r-resources.massey.ac.nz/lurn/front.html>," on using R for blind users that goes into detail. JooYoung Seo at Penn State has a ton of experience if you want to reach out to him: http://jooyoungseo.com/

Debbie Krahmer
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Colgate University
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On Fri, Aug 30, 2019 at 4:22 PM Schwarte, David M. <schwarte at purdue.edu<mailto:schwarte at purdue.edu>> wrote:
Hello Everyone,

I am working with a student who is using R Studio with VoiceOver. This combination is not working well for her and I was wondering if there were other options of R interpreters that would work better with VoiceOver. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

David Schwarte

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