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I am a cytometrist and microscopist at Izmir Institute of Technology, Integrated Research Center. I operate a cytometer and fluorescence microscope to acquire data from our researchers’ samples and then give them analyzed data. I need to dive into bulk data to present all of the information in the sample. To do this, I have recently been trying to develop my skills in R, RStudio, and Cytofkit package for cytometry (flow, spectral, mass, imaging mass cytometry) data analysis. I am new in this area and must learn R for data analysis.
May I request help from you or one of your assistants who is competent in R, RStudio, and R packages with the installation issues caused by “version differences” between R itself, R packages, and their dependencies? I really had to send this email to you anymore, because I could not run the package “Cytofkit” and find a solution on the internet.
It has been nearly 2 weeks since I have been trying to solve the errors and warnings. I am in a vicious circle and cannot move forward anymore. This is why I needed help from an expert competent in R programming.
I tried to use the renv package, but I could not move forward because I am not competent in R.
I explained the errors that I faced during the installation in the link below.
I have two computers, both operating Windows 10, 64-bit.
I installed R 3.5.2 on the desktop (Windows in English) and R 3.5.0 on the laptop (Windows in Turkish).
I know that you are very busy with your work, but may you (or your assistant) help me by informing me how to install consistent versions of R, RStudio, and packages/dependencies (for example, Cytofkit, ggplot2, Rtools, devtools, plyr, shiny, GUI)?
I guess I will need exact web page links "in an orderly manner" to download the correct versions of everything.
I would appreciate it if you could advise me or forward this email to one of your assistants or experts.
I really appreciate any help you can provide.
Please find the technical details in the link below;
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- RStudio Edition: Desktop Latest
- RStudio Version: Desktop Latest
- OS Version: Windows 10
- R Version: 5.3.0 and 5.3.2
Referred here from support.rstudio.com