[R] Using help in Windows version of R with disabled browser [SOLVED]
maitra at iastate.edu
Thu Apr 14 17:14:38 CEST 2011
Just wanted to mention that this worked perfectly.
Many thanks again and best wishes,
On Tue, 12 Apr 2011 13:04:14 -0500 Jonathan P Daily <jdaily at usgs.gov>
> options(help_type = 'text')
> If this works, you can create a site profile (A default is created
> automatically in windows, if I remember correctly) where you can set this
> to run in each session.
> Jonathan P. Daily
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> Ranjan Maitra <maitra at iastate.edu>
> R-help <r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch>
> 04/12/2011 01:56 PM
> [R] Using help in Windows version of R with disabled browser
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> Dear colleagues,
> I am trying to get someone to use R on MS Windows with the browser
> disabled. My question is how does he/she get to use R-help which goes
> off the browser (and correspondingly complains about the inability to
> start firefox, etc). In linux, which is what I use, this is not a
> problem: what needs to be set in Windows to replicate this behavior?
> Sorry if I am not clear: please feel free to ask me for clarifications.
> Thanks again for the helpful advice!
> Best wishes,
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