[R] bayesm package not downloading via any mirror or repository
ekwaters at unimelb.edu.au
Wed Dec 10 01:15:07 CET 2008
OK still no luck, when, as you say it is clear that the package IS available.
It really doesn't seem to matter what mirror I use and they can't all be
down. I can install other packages such as LearnBayes, VCD etc with no
issues, so can't be blocked at my end.
My latest output:
> install.packages("bayesm", dependencies=TRUE,
Warning in install.packages("bayesm", dependencies = TRUE, repos =
argument 'lib' is missing: using /usr/local/lib/R/site-library
Warning: unable to access index for repository
dependency '‘bayesm’' is not available
# when I nominate a mirror via the interface (and believe me I've tried many
--- Please select a CRAN mirror for use in this session ---
Loading Tcl/Tk interface ... done
Warning in download.packages(unique(pkgs), destdir = tmpd, available =
no package 'bayesm' at the repositories
Uwe Ligges-3 wrote:
> ekwaters wrote:
>> I am a pretty new R user, I am running the latest linux version on
>> updated with some extra debian packages, and I also run the latest
>> version, but prefer linux.
>> I am having trouble downloading "bayesm", it won't do it all from any of
>> sites on the web, I resorted to this one,
> If you use install.packages() note that you are downloading a source
> package from a CRAN mirror rather than from some debian mirror.
> Uwe Ligges
> and got slightly
>> further, but I think it is still not recognising a mirror. THis is my
>> Warning in install.packages("bayesm") : argument 'lib' is missing: using
>> --- Please select a CRAN mirror for use in this session ---
>> Loading Tcl/Tk interface ... done
>> Warning in download.packages(unique(pkgs), destdir = tmpd, available =
>> available, :
>> no package 'bayesm' at the repositories
>> The package is certainly there.
>> It could be my version of linux, I know.
>> All I want to do is sample from a dirichlet prior, so I want rdirichlet
>> ddirichlet commands basically. If anyone can help or suggest an alternate
>> package that would be great.
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