[R] How can I use muliple cores of CPU in Windows or OS X?
ligges at statistik.tu-dortmund.de
Wed Nov 6 00:36:37 CET 2013
On 06.11.2013 00:26, Simon Pickert wrote:
> Mcapply from package 'parallel'. Also see package 'multicore'
Not mcapply: it won't work under Windows that the OP asked for.
But package parallel is the right hint. It also provides other
parallelization techniques that will work under Windows.
>> Am 06.11.2013 um 00:01 schrieb Agony <agony_jah at yahoo.com>:
>> Dear all,
>> I have about 50 pages of R codes and ran it in both OS X and Windows.
>> It takes at least haft a day to have the results. The running time is not very different in both Systems.
>> I found that R does not use all cores of CPU by default.
>> Can anybody help me to use all cores of CPU in my programming from the beginning or through programming in both OS X and Windows?
>> Many thanks your attention and help in advance.
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