datamanagement at email.com
Thu Jan 6 17:16:18 CET 2000
I apologize in advance to those for who this wuestion may be too stupid.
Running R 0.091 on Windows 95 (a very old machine I'm afraid 486-66 16M)
When constructing a big matrix I get:
Error: heap memory (6144 Kb) exhausted [needed 7087 Kb more]
See "help(Memory)" on how to increase the heap size.
Help(Memory) tells me I must: (Quote)
Use command line options to set the memory available for R.
R --vsize v --nsize n
Simple, isn't it??
Since I am new to R and I do not know what is or how to access the "command
I looked for that using apropos and the windows help and even tried to
search old communications in the list, all with no success.
The closest I could find is options(), but it won't accept any "R --" nor it
does have any "vsize" value.
Trying any similar combination directly on the command line gives nothing
I know you guys will give me this simple answer in 10 seconds, I would
prefer to find a more clear help and
not to use this list, which I am sure is intended to better discussions.
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