I have installed the new version of Rstudio, but I realized there are a lot of packages not available for the new version, what I am supposed to do?
R 4.0.2 is the current version of the
RStudio is a graphical user interface to
R. Packages available to
R are available to
> install.packages("foo") Installing package into ‘/usr/local/lib/R/site-library’ (as ‘lib’ is unspecified) Warning message: package ‘foo’ is not available (for R version 4.0.0)
can be due to several things:
- No quotes around package name
- Incorrectly selected repository name
- Connectivity, proxy, firewall settings
- System write permissions
thank you for your reply, I supposed to write R not Rstudio. anyway, I have tried to install an old version of R but still have the same issue for other packages, in which I found the packages that was not available for the newest version, but I can not install the packages that are only available for the newest version, I am new in R programming, please guide me through this problem, now I am using the R version 4.0.0, I wanted to install colorRamp2 package, this is what the warning showed: package ‘colorRamp2’ is not available (for R version 4.0.0)
Are you using
install.packages("the_name") # quotation marks
What operating system are you on?
Do you connect to the internet through a managed service, such as a university account?
Do you have system write permissions on your computer?
You are getting that message because
colorRamp2 is not an R package, very likely it's a function from the
many thanks to technocrat and andresrcs for your help, that is really helpful, the issue is solved
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