[R] Strange error
nickdoban at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 10:25:32 CET 2015
i found the error:
the problem was that I have created a template of rmarkdown myself inspired
from Tufte one and I guess I didn't build it correctly..when i tried
running it in a regular rmarkdown template it worked.
sorry for inconvenience
Nicolae (Nick) Doban | Masters student
EIT KIC Energy for Smart Cities Master of Science Programme
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On Fri, Dec 4, 2015 at 7:34 AM, Jim Lemon <drjimlemon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Nick,
> I think that Jeff may be correct in that the code was cut and pasted from
> a non-text application. In particular, the error message about "*" is
> suspicious. What may be happening is that when you select a single line, it
> only picks up the text, but when you select multiple lines, the garbage
> bytes come along for the ride. Since you seem to be using Windows, try
> Notepad (text editor) for an external editor as it is usually better
> behaved. The final error is the result of not having read the data into GWS.
> On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 10:59 PM, Nicolae Doban <nickdoban at gmail.com>
>> recently I received a strange error after running my code in chunks. But,
>> don't get any errors when I run it line by line.
>> Also, what is strange is that the error message is misspelled
>> This is the error messages I get
>> *> setwd("H:/XX/XXX")*
>> *"rror: unexpected input in "setwd("H:/XX/XXX")*
>> *> *
>> *"rror: unexpected input in "*
>> *> GWS <- read.csv("X.csv", header = TRUE, sep = ",", stringsAsFactors =
>> FALSE, na.strings=c("","","NA"))*
>> *"rror: unexpected input in "GWS <- read.csv("X.csv", header = TRUE, sep =
>> ",", stringsAsFactors = FALSE, na.strings=c("","","NA"))*
>> *> GWS <- GWS[with(GWS, order(d)), ]; row.names(GWS) <- NULL*
>> *Error: object 'GWS' not found*
>> As you can see even changing the directory results in an error message
>> it changes the directory to the correct folder.
>> What is interesting is that I was not getting this error yesterday (Dec.,
>> 2nd 2015)
>> Could you please shed some light on this issue? Is it something related to
>> R or Rstudio or the packages?
>> Thank you in advance very much,
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