bear v2.8.3-2: critical update again [R for BE/BA]

posted by yjlee168 Homepage – Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 2018-08-22 09:12  – Posting: # 19193
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(edited by yjlee168 on 2018-08-22 09:26)

Dear Astea,

» I've downloaded 2.8.3-1 version, but still face to the problem...

I am very sorry about the error. I though I have already fixed with v2.8.3-1 previously. Actually I missed one more line which was remained unfixed. It occurs at 'statistical analysis only' when loading a *csv dataset (right?). I have fixed it. You can download v2.8.3-2 from Sourceforge and install it from a local zip file from R console (if your OS is Windows). Thank you so much for reporting this error.

» ... if I understood you wrongly, what did you mean in giving up data.table?

I will not use fread() any more from package data.table to load *.csv dataset for next release (i.e., 2.8.4). I received some errors reported from users too with other R package (such as stab for R). So I wrote the codes myself to replace fread(). I think it is much better than fread(). :-D

Ps. Since fewer users work on a 32-bit Linux OS nowadays, I won't provide binary tarball file built for 32-bit Linux OS on Sourceforge any more. User needs to download the source tarball file (e.g., bear_xxxx.tar.gz from ../src folder from Soureforge) and do the following from a terminal program: $ sudo R CMD INSTALL bear_xxxx.tar.gz to install it. The 'xxxx' in tarball file is the version number.

All the best,
---Yung-jin Lee
bear v2.8.4:- created by Hsin-ya Lee & Yung-jin Lee
Kaohsiung, Taiwan http://pkpd.kmu.edu.tw/bear
Download link (updated) -> here

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