[R] R problem
macqueen1 at llnl.gov
Thu Dec 8 20:54:57 CET 2016
Since you didn't say, I'm going to assume this is Linux.
One option would be to put the full path to R in the call in the EMME
script. This might be, for example
/usr/local/bin/R --save < IPFPUMS.R
Without the asterisks before and after, unless they are a requirement of
EMME (which I've never heard of).
But it will depend on where R is installed.
It might be easier in the long run to use Rscript instead of R.
(strictly speaking, this is not an R problem, but a operating
system/installation problem, possibly combined with the methods EMME uses
to interact with software other than itself)
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On 12/8/16, 10:56 AM, "R-help on behalf of Grace King"
<r-help-bounces at r-project.org on behalf of gking at ctps.org> wrote:
>I am trying to run a macro by R in a EMME script. The R macro that we
>is called IPFPUMS.R. The whole process has been working until someone
>removed R. We tried to re-install R but getting the error message:
>³ŒR¹ is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable
>or batch file.²
>Here is how R is called to run the macro in the script:
>*R --save < IPFPUMS.R*
>R now resides on the same server location as EMME. Our IT person created a
>symbolic link for R but still the same error occurred.
>Any thoughts will be much appreciated.
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