[R] help with old libraries
Martin.Morgan at roswellpark.org
Tue Sep 15 13:52:41 CEST 2015
GenomicRanges is a Bioconductor package.
Bioconductor packages are associated with R versions.
GenomicRanges 1.14.4 is from Bioconductor 2.13 / R version 3.0. This is from 2013, which is Quite A Long Time Ago.
The 'landing page' for this version of GenomicRanges is at
Install R 3.0, then use biocLite() as described on the landing page; it will install the correct version of GenomicRanges in the R-3.0 directory.
Install RapidR with R-3.0.
The R-3.0 installation will not interfere with a current R installation.
From: R-help [mailto:r-help-bounces at r-project.org] On Behalf Of Pau Marc Muñoz Torres
Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2015 5:54 AM
To: r-help at r-project.org
Subject: [R] help with old libraries
I want to use Rapidr package, it is an old package that uses the package requires GenomicRanges version 1.14.4. The current version of the package is GenomicRanges 1.20.6. There is some way of having both the actual and the previous packages installed? I tried to install the package locally, but I had problems with dependences, how can I deal with it? Would be possible have both versions installed and choose which one to use?
Thanks in advance
Pau Marc Muñoz Torres
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