[R] install.package("TinnR") - there is no package called 'TinnR' (RESOLVED)
martin.tomko at geo.uzh.ch
Tue Mar 24 14:24:07 CET 2009
Yes, will do. I just was not in need to upgrade as everything worked...
An R is not my primary development environment - i.e., I need it a
couple of times a year.
But you are right, it is good to be on an updated version.
Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> On 3/24/2009 8:55 AM, Martin Tomko wrote:
>> Hi Duncan,
>> it is Win Xp with the 2.6.0 R-project version. Sorry, I should have
>> included this before.
>> Installing the TinnR package manually from a local zip file
>> downloaded from CRAN helped. I am still not sure why the package was
>> not picked in the repositories. Can anyone please see if the package
>> is visible to other under install packages in any repository?
> Your version of R is too old. TinnR was last updated in February this
> year and claims to support 2.6.0, but CRAN no longer builds binaries
> for 2.6.x. (Version 2.6.0 became obsolete in November 2007 when 2.6.1
> was released, and binaries for the 2.6.x series stopped being built
> sometime last year.)
> If you are set up for installing from source, you could try
> downloading the source package
> and running
> Rcmd INSTALL TinnR_1.0.3.tar.gz
> but it is probably easier to update your R to the current release.
> Duncan Murdoch
>> Duncan Murdoch wrote:
>>> On 3/24/2009 7:05 AM, Martin Tomko wrote:
>>>> I have troubles make TinnR 126.96.36.199 work, it seems that the
>>>> dependency on the package TinnR that cannot be found (I tried also
>>>> manual downloads, but I cannot find the package anywhere on any
>>>> CRAN mirror).
>>> What R version are you using, on what platform? I have no trouble
>>> with an automatic install of the TinnR package into 2.8.1 on Windows.
>>> Duncan Murdoch
>>>> I even set a default cran mirror in the Rprofile.site file, so that
>>>> the later command can find it:
>>>> # check necesary packages
>>>> necessary = c('TinnR', 'svSocket')
>>>> installed = necessary %in% installed.packages()[, 'Package']
>>>> if (length(necessary[!installed]) >=1)
>>>> install.packages(necessary[!installed], dep=T).
>>>> No luck. Even manually issuing the comand in Rterm fails, package
>>>> ‘TinnR’ is not available.
>>>> Any idea how I could make my TinnR work? I googled extensively, but
>>>> without luck...
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