[R] Error exporting dataframe from Julia to R with Feather
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Thu Aug 8 17:29:54 CEST 2019
Alternatively, try running your example from plain R (in a terminal, R.app, or Rgui, depending on your platform), and see if the problem occurs without RStudio in the equation. If it does, then the feather package probably owns the problem.
> On 8 Aug 2019, at 16:34 , Bert Gunter <bgunter.4567 using gmail.com> wrote:
> You may have to contact RStudio about this. RStudio is a separate IDE
> independent of R -- i.e. developed and maintained by a separate
> organization from the R project.
> Bert Gunter
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> On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 7:08 AM Luigi Marongiu <marongiu.luigi using gmail.com>
>> since I am encountering a lot of problems exporting dataframes from
>> julia to R (there is always something wrong with the formatting,
>> probably a missing quote) so I am trying to use Feather to do the job.
>> I have installed Feather in Julia with `pkg.add("Feather")` and
>> imported it with `using Feather`. I created a dataframe and saved it
>> with `Feather.write("/dir/dataframe.feather", df)` and it worked. I
>> can even open it back with `df =
>> Feather.read("/dir/dataframe.feather")` and get: `julia> nrow(df)
>> The problem is with R. I am using Rstudio to test each step.
>> I installed the package, imported it with `library(feather)` and used it
>> df = read_feather("/dir/dataframe.feather")
>> and then Rstudio simply crashes.
>> any idea why?
>> Thank you
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