Which packages, working directory? [Software]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2021-04-16 12:50 (589 d 22:14 ago) – Posting: # 22310
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[image]Hi Jayant,

❝ […] not working …


… is not a proper description of a software-related problem. I don’t have a crystal ball. Operating system, release of [image], installed packages and their versions, working directory?

Install devtools from CRAN and run this script:

getwd()
options(width = 60)
devtools::session_info()

You need five packages to run bootf2BCA: boot, ggplot2, plotly, rlang, and shiny. Their current versions are: boot 1.3-27, ggplot2 3.3.3, plotly 4.9.3, rlang 0.4.10, shiny 1.6.0. If one or more are missing our outdated, see this article about installation/updating of packages.
Alternatively you can execute this script:

update.packages(checkBuilt = TRUE, ask = FALSE)
install.packages(c("boot", "ggplot2", "plotly", "rlang", "shiny"),
                 repos = "https://cloud.r-project.org")

If after the first command a window with the question

[image] Do you want to install from sources the packages which need
 compilation?


pops up, click on     No     (the central button – it’s actual label depends on the locale of your operating system).

Your working directory (as reported by getwd()) has to be the one where the scripts of bootf2BCA are (the data files can be somewhere else). If not, in the menu bar of the [image] console:

File → Change dir… {navigate to the desired folder} and confirm with   OK  


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