In a session I load
in the beginning of the script.
Later on if I try to run selected code as job, the following would throw an error, that it can not find function for "%>%":
temp <- data.frame(a = c(1,2,3)) %>% filter(a == 2) print(temp)
Fehler in data.frame(a = c(1, 2, 3)) %>% filter(a == 2) : konnte Funktion "%>%" nicht finden
Ruft auf: sourceWithProgress -> eval -> eval
This happens also when I select "Run job with copy of global environment".
The simple solution would be to include all required libraries into the selected code, like:
library(tidyverse) temp <- data.frame(a = c(1,2,3)) %>% filter(a == 2) print(temp)
Did anybody encounter the same problem and did find a more practical way to run selected code as job?