[R] Statistics-R module for Perl
sdavis2 at mail.nih.gov
Thu Dec 8 12:41:58 CET 2005
On 12/8/05 6:29 AM, "béline jesson" <beline.jesson at univ-rennes1.fr> wrote:
> Le 8/12/05 12:12, « Sean Davis » <sdavis2 at mail.nih.gov> a écrit :
>> On 12/8/05 5:20 AM, "béline jesson" <beline.jesson at univ-rennes1.fr> wrote:
>>> I interest of using Perl for application of biostatistcs with R. I find your
>>> module on the cpan's site. But, I've a question:
>>> Could I use it with Mac OS X? Because I have this error:
>>> "Error: no suitable installation target found for package Statistics-R."
>>> If it's not possible with this script, how can I modify it ?
>> Statistics-R works on Mac OS X. I have used it some.
>> How did you try to install it? It isn't a package for R--it is a perl
>> module, so you need to install it using perl tools.
>> What did you do to install it, what code have you tried, and when do you get
>> the error message?
> I try to install it with ppm (activeperl module for module's installation)
> My code:
> ppm install Statistics-R
> And this is the message error:
> Error: no suitable installation target found for package Statistics-R.
> I try to read the R-modules (R::Bridge, R::Bridge:Win32, R::Linux) ... And i
> not find Bridge for Mac OS X system...
> How have you install Statistics-R?
I don't use ActiveState (ppm)--are you sure that statistics::R is available
from ActiveState for MacOS? I use CPAN instead.
However, you just need to get the tarfile from CPAN. Unzip and untar it.
Then go into the top-level directory and type:
sudo make install
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