[R] windows vs. linux code

Sherri Heck sheck at ucar.edu
Thu Feb 26 02:34:48 CET 2009


hahaha!  okay.  at least your responses are positive!  thx!

David Winsemius wrote:
> Definitely "maybe". Possibly "yes". Usually.
>
> Pick one of the above.
>
> -- David Winsemius
>
> On Feb 25, 2009, at 8:25 PM, Sherri Heck wrote:
>
>> i am asking if, in general, r code can be written on a linux-based 
>> system and then run on a windows-based system.
>> Rolf Turner wrote:
>>>
>>> On 26/02/2009, at 2:08 PM, Sherri Heck wrote:
>>>
>>>> Dear All-
>>>>
>>>> I have been given some Rcode that was written using a Linux OS, but I
>>>> use Windows-based R.  The person that is giving it to me said that it
>>>> needs to run on a Linux system.  Does anyone have any insight 
>>>> and/or can
>>>> verify this.  I haven't yet obtained the code, so I haven't been 
>>>> able to
>>>> try it yet.
>>>
>>> Despite the knowledge, wisdom, insight, skill, good looks, and other
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>>> us are skilled in telepathy or clairvoyance.
>>>
>>>    cheers,
>>>
>>>        Rolf Turner
>>>
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