[R] Tidyverse Question
wjm1 @end|ng |rom c@@@co|umb|@@edu
Fri Mar 27 18:38:53 CET 2020
Dear Ista (and Phillip),
Ista, that's the exact same advice I gave Phillip over a week ago:
Phillip, it doesn't make sense to post the same question under
different subject headings. While I'm convinced you're making a
sincere effort to learn R on your own--i.e. this isn't
homework--anyone trying to help you (Ista, Jeff, Bert, John, Stefan,
Duncan, etc.) will need feedback on what advice you've taken from
people on this list, and what the outcome was. So please provide it.
I do have one last suggestion, that you contact the author of the book
you're using to see if there has been an error in his/her coding
instructions. You can file an "Issue" on Github, and/or find the
author's email there and email him/her directly:
W. Michels, Ph.D.
On Mon, Mar 23, 2020 at 3:37 PM Ista Zahn <istazahn using gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Phillip,
> On Mon, Mar 23, 2020 at 6:33 PM Phillip Heinrich <herd_dog using cox.net> wrote:
> > Can someone out there run the following code from the book Analyzing Baseball Data with R – Chapter 7 page 164?
> > library(tidyverse)
> > db <- src_sqlite(“data/pitchrx.sqlite”,create=TRUE)
> > Over the past two weeks this code has run correctly twice but I have gotten the following error dozens of times:
> > Error: Could not connect to database:
> > unable to open database file
> Probably you working directory has no sub-directory named 'data'.
> > I’m trying to figure out if the problem is with my computer or if the tidyverse package has been revised since this book was written. I got the same error when I loaded R onto my wife’s Mac.
> > The file pitchrx.sqlite loaded into my directory C:/Users/Owner/Documents. The data file db contains four xml files used later in the analysis.
> > Thanks.
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