[R] problem during installing bayesQR package for R 2.14 version

R. Michael Weylandt michael.weylandt at gmail.com
Tue Nov 29 13:14:23 CET 2011

Please cc the general list in your replies. I'm not a Windows expert
and there are many on this list who know far more about that OS than I
and can handle your question far more ably.

As I said I'm not a Windows expert so you may wish to consult the
R-Windows FAQ and the R Admin & Installation Manuals (both easily
google-able) and take the following with a grain of salt, but you can
usually install a binary directly with the install.packages() command
setting repos = NULL and putting the file-path as the primary
argument. E.g., on my Mac this works to install xts

library(xts) # Throws error as desired

install.packages("xts_0.8-2.tgz", repos = NULL)

library(xts) # Success!

If you downloaded a binary don't worry about compiling the Fortran
code: it comes pre-compiled.


On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 6:46 AM, kalam narendar reddy
<narendarcse007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> thnak u sir for revert back quickly.
> sir what i have to do now i have downloaded the windows Binary file.
> what is the next step i have to follow.
> please help me in this regard.
> if fortran code is there for bayesian quantile rgression in which directory
> it is.
> My os is windows07
> Thanks In advance
> With Regards
> Kalam Narendar Reddy

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