[R] Some R code works on Linux, but not Linux via Windows Subsystem Linux
er|cjberger @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Tue Sep 8 12:56:36 CEST 2020
You don't provide a self-contained reproducible example, so I am just
I doubt your theory that the error is related to R. More likely the step
that creates a data frame from reading
the CSV is probably resulting in different data frames in the two cases. I
recommend that you compare the
data frames. (And, if they differ, it might be related to filenames,
directory structures, assumptions about these, etc.)
Another possibility is that you have R 4.* somewhere and there is, in fact,
a difference between R 3.* and R4.*
in terms of creating a data frame from a CSV file.
If my "guesses" are not correct, see if you can create a self-contained
(that does not depend on reading in the CSV. You can just provide the
contents of the data frame via dput().)
Then post the example to the list.
On Tue, Sep 8, 2020 at 1:47 PM Robert Knight <bobby.knight using gmail.com> wrote:
> RE: Some R code works on Linux, but not Linux via Windows Subsystem Linux
> This is taking data from a CSV and placing it into a data frame. This is R
> 3.6.3 inside Windows Subsystem for Linux v2, Ubuntu 18.04. The exact same
> code, unchanged and on the same computer, works correctly in Ubuntu 18.04
> and other Linux systems directly if the computer is dual booted into one of
> those rather than Windows.
> Error in FUN(X[[i]], …) :
> only defined on a data frame with all numeric variables
> Calls: Summary.data.frame -> lapply -> FUN
> Any idea why the FUN function would error on Windows Subsytem for Linux,
> but not Linux itself? Any insight into the basic mechanism of how that
> could vary between systems? Haven't yet checked to see if the data is even
> getting imported via WSL. The script runs using Rscript as opposed to
> running interactively via the R console.
> Robert D. Knight, MBA
> Developer of Meal Plan and Grocery List maker for Android and iOS.
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