[R] R 1.6 Gui for Windows
Uwe Ligges
ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Mon Oct 7 15:04:56 CEST 2002
On Mon, 7 Oct 2002 chr.schulz at email.de wrote:
> ...i have the same problem and didn't now why ?
>
> Error in testRversion(descfile) : This package has not been installed properly
> See the Note in ?library
>
> The problem is the .First() Function, but the same works in R1.5.1 without problems ?
>
> thanks for advance,christian
>
> options(editor="\"c:/DevelopeWinedt/winedt\"-c=\"R-WinEdt-edit\" -e=r.ini -V")
> options(pager="\"c:/DevelopeWinedt/winedt\" -C=\"R-WinEdt\" -e=r.ini -V")
>
> file.show(".Rhistory")
> .First <-function() { options(prompt="$ ",continue="+\t")
> options(digits=3,length=999)
> library(ipred)
> library(relimp)
> library(hmisc)
> library(design)
> library(e1071)
> library(lattice)
> library(grid)
> library(XML)
> library(ctest)
> library(cluster)
> library(foreign)
> #library(mva)
> library(RODBC)
> library(foreign)
> #library(xtable)
> library(rpart)
> #library(tools)}
> Sys.putenv("TCL_LIBRARY"="c:/develope/Tcl/lib/tcl8.3")
> library(tcltk) #help()
Obviously, you are loading a number of packages.
The package structure is tested more intensively with R-1.6.0 than before,
so you might consider to update the package which produces that error
message ...
Just start R without that .First function and load the packages step by
step to see, which one produces the error message ...
Uwe Ligges
> Freq <- function(x){
> xmat<-as.matrix(x)
>
> ifelse (ncol(xmat)==1,{
>
> Count<-table(x)
> Total<-sum(Count)
> Prcnt<-100*(Count/Total)
> x1<-cbind(Count,Prcnt)
> x2<-cbind(Total,sum(Prcnt))
> Frequency.Table<-as.data.frame(rbind(x1,x2))
> c<-nrow(Frequency.Table)
> rownames(Frequency.Table)[c]<-"Total"
> return(Frequency.Table)}
> ,
> return("To use this function across multiple columns use apply"))
> }
>
> eda.shape <- function(x) {
> par(mfrow=c(2,2))
> hist(x)
> boxplot(x)
> iqd <- summary(x)[5] - summary(x)[2]
> plot(density(x,bw=2*iqd),xlab="x",ylab="",type="l")
> qqnorm(x)
> qqline(x)
> }
> eda.ts <- function(x) {
> par(mfrow=c(2,1))
> plot.ts(x)
> acf(x)
> invisible()
> }
> replace.na.m <-
> function (x){
> X<-mean(x,na.rm=TRUE)
> ifelse ( is.na(x)=="TRUE",X,x)
> }
> replace.na.x<-
> function(x, value){
> ifelse (is.na(x)=="TRUE", value , x)
> }
>
> .Last <- function() {
> graphics.off()
> cat(paste(date(),"\nAdiosAmigos\n"))
> }
>
>
> Uwe Ligges schrieb:
>
> Benjamin.STABLER at odot.state.or.us wrote:
>
> I upgraded to R Gui 1.6 this morning and I can't seem to get it to accept my
> new startup directory. R 1.51 will accept
> "F:\_ben\bls\gen1\results\bls\analysis" as the start in directory for the R
> Gui shortcut, but R 1.6 will not. R 1.6 will accept
> "F:\_ben\bls\gen1\results\bls". It seems to have trouble when I add
> "\analysis." R still loads fine but I get the following error:
>
> Error in testRversion(descfile) : This package has not been installed
> properly
> See the Note in ?library
>
> Also, R 1.6 will let me set the working directory to include "analysis."
>
>
> [Looks like there wasn't any answer to this mail before]
> Including the dot?
>
>
> I can ignore the error and R still loads in the correct directory.
> But I am curious as to why this is. Any ideas? Thanks.
>
>
>
> Maybe there is an .Renviron or .Rprofile file or something like that in
> your directory that causes the error message? Or a .First() function in
> your .Rdata workspace in that directory?
>
> Uwe Ligges
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