[R] R crashing with ggplot 2d histogram
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Wed Apr 12 18:40:39 CEST 2017
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On Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 4:39 AM, <zapata at zib.de> wrote:
> Hi! R newbie here. I wrote a script for a correlation plot, a 2d histogram
> (heatmap-like) with ggplot. I've run it before with a smaller dataset and
> it runs on my laptop and does what I want. Now I've extended my dataset
> and R is crashing after the last line which is to generate the plot I
> guess. I get the R session aborted / fatal error message.
> My new dataset is composed of time series for two variables. For each
> variable there are 50 time series with 15.000 values each, so it's in
> total 15000*50= 7.5E5 coordinates for this 2d histogram. Do I have a
> memory problem here or is it just a script issue? Any suggestion to make
> it run? An eli5 answer would be appreciated, my R experience is relatively
> low, I just use it here and there for plotting. Thanks!
> Carlos Zapata
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