Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu Aug 28 08:25:36 CEST 2003
Could you clarify that you want to do this on the Carbon MacOS port, and
not the Darwin MacOS X port?
Since gstat uses Unix-like configure tools, I think this would need a
_lot_ of expertise, something not worth doing for the last release of the
If you are running MacOS X, why don't you try to do it under the Darwin
port (with the right tools installed, just use install.packages("gstat")).
Or you might like to wait a few days for the RAqua port of R (the Darwin
port with an Aqua GUI) to go into alpha test (it will be the MacOS X port
for R 1.8.0).
Alternatively, could you use R on an OS that does have easy support for
gstat, e.g. Windows or Linux?
On Wed, 27 Aug 2003, Emilio A. Laca wrote:
> I need to install some geostatistics packages that are not in the binaries,
> for example gstat. I downloaded rm171 and installed, and I even added
> precomplied packages successfully. Unfortunately, I do not know how to add
> packages available as gstat. If you can spare a minute, could you give me a
> lead on this?
> Any other pointers on using R in mac os x will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you so much for your time on this question, and for everything you put
> into rmac!
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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