[R-SIG-Finance] Linux Commandline and Packages
edd at debian.org
Mon Oct 22 23:06:58 CEST 2012
On 22 October 2012 at 16:43, Ralph Vince wrote:
| I frequently use RKWard IDE. However, Ive been trying to run a script
| from the command line (in either Centos 6, or Ubuntu 10,10). I have
| all of my packages installed in ~/R/Packages, and am invoking
| ~/R/>R CMD BATCH ~/R/Work/myscript.R
| and, in doing so, it doesn't seem to find the installed packages ( in
| this case, quantmod and plan) as seen in the output:
| How do I get the comandline to recognize my installed packages?
One way is to use a file ~/.Rprofile where you can have commands:
## add local library path
which prepends the path to the default settings.
See help(Startup) for more alomgh tjese lines.
| Thanks, Ralph VInce
| R version 2.11.1 (2010-05-31)
That is very dated. You may miss a number of recent / relevant packages.
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| [Previously saved workspace restored]
| > require(quantmod)
| Loading required package: quantmod
| Warning message:
| In library(package, lib.loc = lib.loc, character.only = TRUE,
| logical.return = TRUE, :
| there is no package called 'quantmod'
| > library(plan)
| Error in library(plan) : there is no package called 'plan'
| Execution halted
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Dirk Eddelbuettel | edd at debian.org | http://dirk.eddelbuettel.com
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