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Wed Mar 17 19:04:08 CET 2021
As I explained to you in a private email, and as others have told you,
there is no Install.libraries() command, nor is there an
install.libraries(0 command, but there is an install.packages() command.
So install.packages("hms") should work, on a Mac or on any other
internet-connected computer on which R runs -- as you've also been told
by others, this is not a Mac-specific issue. Note that the argument to
install.packages must be quoted. See ?install.packages for details.
I'll also repeat the advice that I gave you privately to learn something
about R before you try to use it, possibly starting with the "An
Introduction to R" manual that ships with the standard R distribution.
John Fox, Professor Emeritus
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
On 2021-03-17 1:07 p.m., Gregory Coats wrote:
> On my MacBook, I do not have, and do not know how to install, library(hms).
> Greg Coats
> Error in library(hms) : there is no package called ‘hms’
> Error: unexpected input in "Install.libraries(“"
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