[R] installing package from source
long_vo_hai at yahoo.com.vn
Thu Oct 24 04:53:37 CEST 2013
Hi R users,
Currently I want to fit a FIGARCH model to a dataset. The only package that
allow for it that I could find is fGarch. However it seems that the FIGARCH
model class fitting of this package has been moved to Oxmetrics. I tried to
install the old versions of it using 'tar.gz' files from CRAN archive
<http://cran.r-project.org/src/contrib/Archive/fGarch/> but not sure how
it works. I tried
install.packages("myfilepath\fGarch_260.71.tar.gz", repos = NULL,
And received this error:
Warning: invalid package './I:_R filesGarch_260.71.tar.gz'
Error: ERROR: no packages specified
1: running command '"I:/01_RFI~1/INSTAL~1/R-30~1.1/bin/i386/R" CMD INSTALL
-l "I:\01_R files\installment\R-3.0.1\library" "./I:_R files
Garch_260.71.tar.gz"' had status 1
2: In install.packages("I:\001_R files\fGarch_260.71.tar.gz", repos = NULL,
installation of package ‘./I:_R filesGarch_260.71.tar.gz’ had non-zero
Any helps on this?
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