There is a package named Rjulia that provides an interface between R and Julia. It allows a user to run a script in Julia from R, and maps objects between the two languages.
It currently supports use on Linux and Windows (both R and RGUI), but build on Windows only for advanced users.
You can install rjulia on Windows using the Rtools and devtools package :
devtools::install_github("armgong/rjulia", ref="master", args = "--no-multiarch")# or ref="0.3" if using Julia v0.3
You need to install the DataArrays and DataFrames packages in order to use R or Julia objects containing NA values, factors, or data frames.
Due to RStudio issue (https://github.com/armgong/rjulia/issues/16), when using rjulia on Windows 64bit, RStudio-0.98.1103 is recommended http://download1.rstudio.org/RStudio-0.98.1103.zip .