[R] library() with v. 1.5.0 for Mac OS X Carbon

Roger Peng rpeng at stat.ucla.edu
Sat Jun 15 20:29:41 CEST 2002

> We aren't, yet (my Mac has arrived, but isn't setup yet), but I
> thought Jan had compiled them up?

Yes, that's right, I believe the Bioconductor packages are at

UCLA Department of Statistics
rpeng at stat.ucla.edu

On 15 Jun 2002, A.J. Rossini wrote:

> >>>>> "roger" == Roger Peng <rpeng at stat.ucla.edu> writes:
>     roger> Is this a pre-compiled package?  Installing a source package in the
>     roger> 'library' folder of the Carbon R installation will not work since the
>     roger> documentation, etc. have not been built.
>     roger> I don't know if Bioconductor is distributing pre-compiled Macintosh
>     roger> packages....
> best,
> -tony
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