[R] Recovering former projects on R
@pbr@ckett20 @end|ng |rom @@|ntjo@ephh@@com
Fri Jun 21 23:34:06 CEST 2019
Thank you, I called them but was able to load what appears to be a reprex
of my Rhistory. If I remember correctly, there is a way to to reimplement
this history into your console so to regenerate previous work. How is this
On Fri, Jun 21, 2019 at 4:51 PM William Dunlap <wdunlap using tibco.com> wrote:
> You should ask someone at RStudio about this, but *.Rproj files are not
> something R itself knows about. load() reads files made by save(), which
> usually have the extension ".Rdata" or ".rda".
> Bill Dunlap
> TIBCO Software
> wdunlap tibco.com
> On Fri, Jun 21, 2019 at 1:43 PM Spencer Brackett <
> spbrackett20 using saintjosephhs.com> wrote:
>> Good evening,
>> I am revisiting a project I had saved to R studio and after working with
>> it for a little, with loaded data and environments shown just as I left
>> them when I stopped working on the project, my console and the tabs opened
>> went blank. I believe I accidentally activated q() and quit the project. I
>> tried to re-access the same file with all of the work I’ve done for this
>> project saved onto it, and I got the following...
>> load("~/R/GBM P-EXP/GBM P-EXP.Rproj")
>> Error in load("~/R/GBM P-EXP/GBM P-EXP.Rproj") :
>> bad restore file magic number (file may be corrupted) -- no data loaded
>> In addition: Warning message:
>> file ‘GBM P-EXP.Rproj’ has magic number 'Versi'
>> Use of save versions prior to 2 is deprecated
>> Does this mean that I lost all of my previous work, or is there another
>> to recover all the coding and loaded environments that I had saved to this
>> file? For context, I also tried accessing the project through a desktop
>> version of the file saved on my desktop through R Studio, but this also
>> just generated a blank terminal with no loaded environments.
>> Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
>> Spencer Brackett
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