[R] Seasonal adjustment with seas - Error: X-13 has returned a non-zero exist status

Jeff Newmiller jdnewm|| @end|ng |rom dcn@d@v|@@c@@u@
Thu Sep 17 18:16:32 CEST 2020

I don't know definitively, but if I were in your shoes I would put my personal package library on a local drive. UNC paths are not supported by all of the Windows file-related system calls.

On September 17, 2020 6:59:33 AM PDT, "Weber Sylvain (HES)" <sylvain.weber using hesge.ch> wrote:
>Dear all,
>I am using function "seas" from package "seasonal" for seasonal
>adjustment of time series. I am using the latest version of R (4.0.2,
>The following lines provide a small working example:
>## EXAMPLE ##
>m <- seas(AirPassengers)
>On my private laptop, everything is going smoothly, and I obtain the
>following output:
>## OUTPUT ##
>seas(x = AirPassengers)
>     Weekday          Easter[1]         AO1951.May  MA-Nonseasonal-01  
>    -0.00295            0.01777            0.10016            0.11562  
>   MA-Seasonal-12  
>          0.49736  
>But on my office computer, I receive the following error message after
>issuing " m <- seas(AirPassengers)":
>## ERROR ##
>Error: X-13 has returned a non-zero exist status, which means that the
>current spec file cannot be processed for an unknown reason.
>In addition: Warning message:
>In system(cmd, intern = intern, wait = wait | intern,
>show.output.on.console = wait,  :
>running command 'C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe /c
>-n -s' had status 1
>A similar issue has been already mentioned in various blogs, for
>but I couldn't find any solution yet.
>Does anyone have any idea why this issue is occurring?
>Thanks very much.
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