[BioC] Installing beadarray

Krys Kelly kak28 at cam.ac.uk
Thu Nov 1 18:06:46 CET 2007

Dear Joern, Sean

I did 

> biocLite("beadarray", dependencies=TRUE)

As suggested by Joern, and lots of things got installed.

But then I got:

> library(beadarray)
Loading required package: geneplotter
Loading required package: annotate
Loading required package: AnnotationDbi
Error: package 'RSQLite' required by 'AnnotationDbi' could not be found

So I did:
> biocLite("RSQLite")

and it all seems to be OK now.  

I guess I liked installing packages and their dependencies myself and never
had a problem before, but I'll do as you suggest from now on to save the



-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Davis [mailto:sdavis2 at mail.nih.gov] 
Sent: 01 November 2007 16:57
To: Krys Kelly
Cc: bioconductor at stat.math.ethz.ch
Subject: Re: [BioC] Installing beadarray

Krys Kelly wrote:
> Hello
> I have just installed R 2.6.0. To save space, I usually install packages
> individually rather than using biocLite().  I installed beadarray and
> when I typed library(beadarray), I got:

Hi, Krys.

You'll ALWAYS want to use biocLite.  It saves quite a few headaches, in
the end.  In addition to what you have done so far, you will need to do:


That should then install beadarray and the necessary accessory packages,
including DBI.  If that doesn't do it for you, let us know.


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