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r-software [2018/07/17 11:40]
r-software [2020/05/12 21:20] (current)
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 ===== Information ===== ===== Information =====
-  * Latest version: 3.5.1+  * Version: 3.6 (3.6.1)
   * Added: February, 2015   * Added: February, 2015
-  * Updated: ​July2018 +  * Updated: ​October2019 
-  * Link: http://​​+  * Link: https://​​
 ===== Usage ===== ===== Usage =====
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 Load one version into your environment and run it: Load one version into your environment and run it:
-<​code>​$ module load R/3.5.1+<​code>​$ module load R/3.6
 $ R</​code>​ $ R</​code>​
-Here is a good resource on [[https://​​resources/​getting_started/​howto/​howto_install_local_r_packages|installing R packages into user libraries]].+Use ''​installed.packages()''​ to check the list of packages installed in the ILRI environment by default. ​Here is a good resource on [[https://​​resources/​getting_started/​howto/​howto_install_local_r_packages|installing R packages into user libraries]] ​if you need other packages.
 ===== Installation ====== ===== Installation ======
-Notes from the sysadmin during installation:+Notes from the sysadmin during installation.
-<​code>​$ wget​src/​base/​R-3/​R-3.5.1.tar.gz +First, compile the main R application with GCC 7 from Red Hat's ''​devtoolset-7''​ software collection:​ 
-$ tar xf R-3.5.1.tar.gz + 
-$ cd R-3.5.1 +<​code>​$ cd /tmp 
-$ sudo yum install ​gcc-gfortran gcc-c++ ​libX11-devel libXaw-devel bzip2-devel libcurl-devel xz-devel readline-devel +$ wget​src/​base/​R-3/​R-3.6.1.tar.gz 
-$ ./configure --enable-R-shlib --prefix=/​export/​apps/​R/​3.5.1+$ tar xf R-3.6.1.tar.gz 
 +$ cd R-3.6.1 
 +# install packages to enable capabilities in R 
 +$ sudo yum install libX11-devel libXaw-devel bzip2-devel libcurl-devel xz-devel readline-devel ​glibc-headers 
 +# install a newer compiler from Red Hat software collections 
 +$ sudo yum install devtoolset-7-gcc devtoolset-7-gcc-gfortran devtoolset-7-libquadmath-devel devtoolset-7-gcc-c++ 
 +$ scl enable devtoolset-7 bash 
 +# R packages are written in C99 and GCC 7 uses a newer standard by default, so tell configure script to use C99 explicitly 
 +$ export CFLAGS='​-std=gnu99 ​ -g -O2' 
 +$ ./configure --enable-R-shlib --prefix=/​export/​apps/​R/​3.6
 $ make -j4 $ make -j4
-$ sudo mkdir -p /​export/​apps/​R/​3.5.1 +$ sudo mkdir -p /​export/​apps/​R/​3.6 
-$ sudo chown aorth:aorth /​export/​apps/​R/​3.5.1 +$ sudo chown aorth:aorth /​export/​apps/​R/​3.6 
-$ make install +$ make install</​code>​ 
-sudo chown -root:root /​export/​apps/​R/3.5.1</​code>​+ 
 +Then install some common libraries used by our users because some of them are quite complicated,​ and installing them globally saves tens of thousands of header files and libraries being installed into user libraries anyways: 
 +<​code>​$ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/​export/​apps/​gdal/​2.4.2/​lib 
 +$ R 
 +> install.packages("​BiocManager",​ repos="​https://​"​) 
 +> install.packages("​sf",​ repo="​https://​",​ configure.args=c(sf = "​--with-gdal-config=/​export/​apps/​gdal/2.4.2/​bin/​gdal-config"​)) 
 +> install.packages("​poppr",​ repos="​https://​"​) 
 +> install.packages("​vcfR",​ repos="​https://​")</​code>​
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