[R] Asking an old housekeeping question...

S Ellison S.Ellison at LGCGroup.com
Wed Sep 28 15:01:57 CEST 2011

??dependencies shows up (on my system)


The first looks for dependencies; the second for reverse dependencies.

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> Subject: [R] Asking an old housekeeping question...
> My bad. I know I've asked this some time back but I'm afraid 
> I've lost the post along the way and am not having much luck 
> searching the net.
> Don't want to pad my R setup with orphan packages. Is there a 
> small snippet of code or even a single command that would 
> allow me to check the packages I do use for their 
> dependencies and then I can chuck those that don't turn up as 
> wanted on the journey. Thanks in advance.
> Later days...
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> Brian Lunergan
> Nepean, Ontario
> Canada
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