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In response to comments below, a re-phrasing of the question.

I've used the integration of R with QGIS, and found it a very uesful tool. Having taken a look at the R toolbox extension for 9 and the extension for 10 it appears they both offer only point clustering to demonstrate the proof of concept. The question becomes are there any analysis methods available in R that you would like to see implemented through a python script (for example, implementing specific parts of the spatstat package).

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Why the downvote? Whoever down voted please put a reason. –  Nathan W Aug 20 '10 at 2:09
    
I agree. Downvotes should include an explanation so the poster can improve her/his future questions or answers. It's not clear to me why this question was downvoted. –  Don Meltz Aug 20 '10 at 2:45
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The Geospatial Modelling Environment (the successor of Hawth's Tools for ArcGIS) links python scripting, R and ArcGIS in a useful way. I haven't investigated the links with R in detail, but it looks like it may be useful for what you're trying to do.

If you're trying to do something yourself then StatCONN may be useful.

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