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How to install R plotly in Debian?
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httr depends on the openssl and curl package. The openssl package needs as system requirement libssl-dev ------------------------- ANTICONF ERROR --------------------------- Configuration failed ...

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How to Install R's devtools and digitize?
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httr imports the openssl package which needs as system requirement libssl-dev (sudo apt install libssl-dev) ------------------------- ANTICONF ERROR --------------------------- Configuration failed ...

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syntax coloring R terminal
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radian is a modern command line interface for R: radian: A 21 century R console: radian is an alternative console for the R program with multiline editing and rich syntax highlighting. One would ...

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How to save R stargazer(data.frame) output in .tex document?
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You have to capture the console output with capture.output(): writeLines(capture.output(stargazer(DF)), filename.tex)

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How to set R to use all of the width of my terminal?
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See ?option: ‘width’: controls the maximum number of columns on a line used in printing vectors, matrices and arrays, and when filling by ‘cat’. Columns are normally the same as ...

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Why failing to get CRAN key for R backports?
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See the installation instructions for Debian packages on CRAN, section Secure apt: The Debian backports archives on CRAN are signed with the key of Johannes Ranke (CRAN Debian archive) with key ...

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Replacing with zero values below the treshold, but starting from specific cell
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Using R: dat <- as.matrix(read.table(text="p1 p10 p16 p19 p25 p3 p5 p6 p8 p9 call1 567 0 3 0 18 17 8 4 6 7 call20 4900 7 6 2 23 26 20 14 12 29 echo34 ...

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How to declare this R CSV data as numerical?
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Try the readr package with argument trim_ws=TRUE in read_delim(): R> readr::read_delim("data.csv", delim=",", col_types="dii", trim_ws=TRUE) # A tibble: 3 × 3 Test test2 test3 <dbl> <...

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How to install R Vennerable in Debian?
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The packages graph and RBGL are in the Bioconductor package repository, the following works for me: R> source("http://bioconductor.org/biocLite.R"); biocLite(c("graph", "RBGL")) R> install....

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How to install rgl and netmata in R 3.3.1?
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The netmeta package imports the rgl package. To install the rgl package from source some libraries are required: SystemRequirements: OpenGL, GLU Library, XQuartz (on OSX), zlib (optional), ...

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use the R documentation over a local webserver
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Add this to your ~/.Rprofile file: options("help_type"="html") Also see ?utils::help: help_type: character string: the type of help required. Possible values are ‘"text"’, ‘"html"’ ...

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Merge two tables based on value in first column
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In base R, using merge (package base): df1 <- read.csv(text="p1,p10,p16,p19,p25,p3,p5,p6,p8,p9 con1,567,0,3,0,18,17,8,4,6,7 con3,490,7,6,2,23,26,20,14,12,29 con4,737,1,4,1,6,4,1,4,8,5 con5,145,6,4,...

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