I've saved two files in the same folder. One is an R Script containing the reticulate function source_python(), the other file is the Python Script I want to source.
When I run the R script I get an error message which can be specifically attributed to import bcpandas. If I comment this line out - then it sources pandas, glob, os, pyodbc, numpy, subprocess just fine.
From what I've read - it could be that this is a problem with where my packages are saved. I used the default destination for saving my python packages when downloading using the function py_install(“bcpandas”)
I used the same function, without arguments this morning to download numpy py_install(“numpy”) - I've checked and numpy sits in this folder, alongside bcpandas.
Any ideas where I could be going wrong or what I could investigate next to try and solve the issue?
Thanks in advance
R Script which calls Python Script using source_python from the reticulate package
library(reticulate) Script_Dir <- gsub("/","\\\\",dirname(rstudioapi::getActiveDocumentContext()$path)) setwd(Script_Dir) source_python("Upload_to_SQL.py")
import pandas import glob import os import pyodbc import numpy import subprocess import bcpandas
Error Message from import bcpandas
Error in py_run_file_impl(file, local, convert) :
OSError: [WinError 6] The handle is invalid