Hello everyone, I recently found a topic on the problem related to the installation of packages from the cran repository. install.packages("devtools") Warning in install.packages : unable to access index for reposito…
install.packages: Install Packages from Repositories or Local Files Description Usage Arguments Details Value Binary packages Locking Parallel installs Timeouts Note See Also Examples Description. Download and install packages from CRAN-like repositories or from local files. Usage The solution is to deactivate the port version of R and install it from download. Then reinstall the png package. sudo port deactiveate R. Use "deactivate [email protected]" or similar if a specific version is installed. Then install R from CRAN. Finally, use RStudio to remove the png package and re-install it. Restart RStudio one more time and it ...NOTES: mxnet-cu101mkl means the package is built with CUDA/cuDNN and MKL-DNN enabled and the CUDA version is 10.1.. All MKL pip packages are experimental prior to version 1.3.0. CUDA should be installed first. Important: Make sure your installed CUDA version matches the CUDA version in the pip package. Check your CUDA version with the following command:The R Project for Statistical Computing Getting Started. R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. It compiles and runs on a wide variety of UNIX platforms, Windows and MacOS.
Mac Users To Install R. Open an internet browser and go to www.r-project.org.; Click the "download R" link in the middle of the page under "Getting Started." Select a CRAN location (a mirror site) and click the corresponding link.In order to successfully install the packages provided on R-Forge, you have to switch to the most recent version of R or, alternatively, install from the package sources (.tar.gz). How to Install an R Package? Longhai Li, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Saskatchewan I occacionally publish R add-on packages for others to implement and test the statistical methodoglogies I discuss in my papers.install.packages can be used to install new packages, it takes a vector of package names and a destination directory, downloads the packages from CRAN and installs them. If the destination directory is omitted it defaults to the first directory in .lib.loc , with a warning.