I'm trying to call R from MATLAB (R2016b/R2017a prerelease) on macOS (10.12 Siera).
I've installed R and on Terminal.app, command "R" results in loanching R software successfully.
In my understanding, something like this in MATLAB command window should do the job.
> system('R CMD BATCH "script1.R"');
However, simply "system('R')" in MATLAB returns an error message as below (let alone more complicated "system('R CMD BATCH "script1.R"')"):
/bin/bash: R: command not found
I'm a little puzzled because the same "R" command works in Terminal and I thought "system('R')" or "unix('R')" in MATLAB is equivalent.
Can anybody suggest a solution?
For Windows, I have found a solution here. You need to properly change Environment Variables. But what about macOS?