# How to get integration plug-ins

**R**

Starting with 30, R 4.2 is a part of the product. It includes the IBM® SPSS® Statistics - Integration Plug-in for R and a set of extension commands that are implemented in R that provide capabilities beyond what is available with built-in SPSS Statistics procedures.

- Recent macOS versions (Catalina and Big Sur) require the manual installation of XQuartz (XQuartz/X11 are no longer included in macOS). For more information, see R runtime environment does not work in recent macOS versions
- To determine which R packages are required for a specific R extension command , open the Extension Hub dialog ( ), click the Installed tab, and then click More info for the wanted extension. The required R packages are listed on the Extension Details dialog. R packages can be obtained from any of the R CRAN mirror sites, which are accessed from http://www.r-project.org/. Be sure to obtain the versions of the packages that match your R version. The version-specific packages are available from links on the "Contributed Packages" page of the CRAN mirror site.
**Linux server dependencies**- run the following commands to download and install required libraries:`# install libgfortran.so.3 yum install compat-libgfortran-48 # install libreadline.so.6 yum install readline # install libicuuc.so.50 and libicui18n.so.50 yum install libicu # install libpng15.so.15 yum install libpng15`

**pLinux server dependencies**- run the following commands to download and install required libraries:`# install libgfortran.so.3 yum install compat-libgfortran-48 # install libreadline.so.6 yum install readline`

**zLinux server dependencies**- run the following commands to download and install required libraries:`# install libgfortran.so.3 yum install libgfortran`

- The dependent R libraries that must be installed can differ based on different platforms and system versions. For example, Ubuntu and Red Hat distributions might not include specific dependent libraries.

## IBM SPSS Statistics - Integration Plug-in for Python

The IBM SPSS Statistics - Integration Plug-in for Python is a part of the IBM SPSS Statistics product. It also includes Python 3.10 on all supported operating systems (Windows, Linux, macOS, and UNIX for IBM SPSS Statistics Server) and a set of extension commands that are implemented in Python that provide capabilities beyond what is available with built-in SPSS Statistics procedures.

## IBM SPSS Statistics - Integration Plug-in for Java

The Integration Plug-in for Java™ is installed with the Core system and does not require separate installation.

Resources for use with Integration Plug-ins are available on the IBM SPSS Statistics community at https://www.ibm.com/community/spss-statistics . Many of the resources are packaged as extension bundles that you can download from the Extension Hub. It is available from the menus by choosing Extensions > Extension Hub.