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Let me give you the perfect solution. Use Python. The charting, graphing and analysis can be done using the PyLab environment. You can integrate the code into R using the package called rPython. You can integrate it to C and many other languages. Python also comes with infinite more features. So instead of looking for a particular library, use Python. ...
I see the point of your requirement that can adopt to an arbitrary language; but in my perspective mastering one UI language dedicated for your need is still useful; and it helps you to nail down to a set of APIs optimized for one language. You might want to use languages like C# which is advanced in terms of presentation and UI experience; or Java. I doubt ...
You could use rcorr(x, y, type=c("pearson","spearman")) e.g. # Correlations with significance levels library(Hmisc) rcorr(x, type="pearson") # type can be pearson or spearman from the Hmisc package. It gives asymptotic p-values.
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