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2017 Aug 14
1
tidyverse repeating error: "object 'rlang_mut_env_parent' not found"
This sounds an awful lot like a bug. Read the Posting Guide to know what to do about bugs. And delaying making the reprex is _always_ a bad idea. -- Sent from my phone. Please excuse my brevity. On August 14, 2017 7:26:32 AM PDT, "Szumiloski, John" <John.Szumiloski at bms.com> wrote: >UseRs, > >When doing some data manipulations using the tidyverse, I am repeatedly
2017 Aug 14
1
tidyverse repeating error: "object 'rlang_mut_env_parent' not found"
Thanks for the feedback Jeff. Before I pursue a bug report, let me give a full example: ###### begin console output R version 3.4.1 (2017-06-30) -- "Single Candle" Copyright (C) 2017 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing Platform: i386-w64-mingw32/i386 (32-bit) R is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You are welcome to redistribute it under certain
2017 Aug 14
1
tidyverse repeating error: "object 'rlang_mut_env_parent' not found"
The most likely explanation is you have a new version of dplyr/tibble and an old version of rlang. Try re-installing rlang. Hadley On Mon, Aug 14, 2017 at 9:26 AM, Szumiloski, John <John.Szumiloski at bms.com> wrote: > UseRs, > > When doing some data manipulations using the tidyverse, I am repeatedly getting the same error message in now three separate situations. I can write
2017 Aug 14
1
tidyverse repeating error: "object 'rlang_mut_env_parent' not found"
> On Aug 14, 2017, at 8:37 AM, Szumiloski, John <John.Szumiloski at bms.com> wrote: > > Thanks for the feedback Jeff. Before I pursue a bug report, let me give a full example: > > ###### begin console output > > R version 3.4.1 (2017-06-30) -- "Single Candle" > Copyright (C) 2017 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing > Platform:
2017 Aug 14
1
tidyverse repeating error: "object 'rlang_mut_env_parent' not found"
> On Aug 14, 2017, at 11:10 AM, David Winsemius <dwinsemius at comcast.net> wrote: > > >> On Aug 14, 2017, at 8:37 AM, Szumiloski, John <John.Szumiloski at bms.com> wrote: >> >> Thanks for the feedback Jeff. Before I pursue a bug report, let me give a full example: >> >> ###### begin console output >> >> R version 3.4.1
2016 Apr 12
0
Dispatch issue in package check?
Dear useRs, I am developing a package using RStudio and roxygen markup files. I have run into a problem while checking. The relevant function is a generic S3 statistical function modeled on t.test(), with methods. It returns an object of class "htest" etc. Here Is the (anonymized) relevant code: <...> #' @examples #' foo(c(5,4,6,5,7,9,8,11,12,10),
2017 Aug 17
2
How to install Tidyverse on Ubuntu 17.04? Getting gcc errors for -fstack-protector-strong and -Wdate-time
I'm running Ubuntu 17.04 and R 3.4.1. I installed the latter yesterday, so I presume it's the latest version. I want to install Tidyverse, which I've spent many happy hours with under Windows. But when I do install.packages("tidyverse") , I get errors about unrecognized command line options to gcc. These start when the install hits the colorspace and munsell packages.
2018 May 30
1
Evaluation failure of IAPWS95 functions in a rowwise manner (tidyverse style)
I'm trying to use the IAPWS95 package with the tidyverse packages. For some reason, the function is not outputting the correct rho. A minimal example with results is below. I've also included the definition of the DTp function from the IAPWS95 library. ==================================== library(IAPWS95) library(tidyverse) initial <- data.frame(T=c(279,294),p=c(0.46,0.46))
2018 May 30
1
Evaluation failure of IAPWS95 functions in a rowwise manner (tidyverse style)
Hi Shawn, I don't think it has anything to do with the tidyverse. If you keep simplifying your example you'll get all the way down to > DTp(T=c(279,294),p=c(0.46,0.46)) [1] 1000.12283 --Ista On Wed, May 30, 2018 at 2:14 PM, Shawn Way <SWay at meco.com> wrote: > I'm trying to use the IAPWS95 package with the tidyverse packages. For some reason, the function is not
2018 Mar 26
1
Using R and the Tidyverse for an economic model
I've been translating an economic model from Python into R, and I thought members of the list would like to see a presentation I've written about it. I've blogged this at http://www.j-paine.org/blog/2018/03/r-taxben-a-microsimulation-economic-model-in-r.html , and the presentation itself is a slideshow at
2018 Mar 27
1
Using R and the Tidyverse for an economic model
Looks like you have made an impressive start and some attractive introductions. I have no significant interest in your topic (sorry), but it seems that you are re-inventing the wheel a bit in regards to much of your documentation and modularization... R packages can help you solve these problems in a cross-platform way. You might try starting with [1] and referring to [2] as needed.
1997 Nov 13
0
another buffer overrun in sperl5.003
Summary: Any user can gain root privileges on a Intel Linux system with suidperl 5.003 (having the suid bit, of course) even if "SUIDBUF" and "two suidperl security patches" have been applied. Non-Intel / non-Linux platforms may be affected as well. Quick fix: chmod u-s /usr/bin/sperl5.003 (what else?) Details: There is a nasty bug in mess() (util.c): it
2017 Sep 19
0
[R-pkgs] Update to R package envDocument
An updated version of my envDocument package is now available on CRAN at https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=envDocument with code at https://github.com/dgJacks0n/envDocument/tree/V_2.4.0 The main function from this package, env_doc(), provides a detailed, automated report on the environment in which an analysis was run. In addition to everything provided by
2010 Sep 09
0
UseR groups: NewJersey R - LondonR - BaselR
NewJerseyR Mango Solutions is pleased to announce the inaugural meeting of "NewJerseyR" a networking and social event for all local and regional R users. Thank you to those of you already registered to attend the first NewJerseyR meeting on Thursday 16th September and to those of you who have already joined our mailing list for future NewJerseyR events. Please note that we are
2017 Nov 11
5
Primer for working with survey data in R
I am taking a behavioral stats graduate class and the instructor is using SPSS. I'm trying to follow along in R. Recently in class we started working with scales and survey data, computing Cronbach's Alpha, reversing values for reverse coded items, etc. Also, SPSS has some built in functionality for entering the meta-data for your survey, e.g. the possible values for items, the text of
2018 May 22
2
legend order in ggplot2
Hi, I'd like to graph three lines on ggplot2 and I intend the lines to be "solid", "dashed", and "dotted". The legend names are "name_b", "name_a", "name_c". I'd like to legend to present in the order: the "name_b" at the top, and "name_c" at the bottom. As a consequence, the legend is indeed in the order:
2006 Aug 17
1
del.icio.us api - repeating in my layout??? HELP!
I''m pulling in my most recent 6 entries from my delicious account based on a certain tag. This was working fine for about a week - I just visited my site, and each time I visit, it keeps adding the same 6 bookmarks below the current 6. So, everytime you navigate throughout the site, it adds 6 bookmarks to the last (but it''s the same list over and over). I have a function
2006 Jul 05
0
Javascript repeating fields.
The one area I keep hitting my head against in Rails is repeating fields via javascript. I frequently have forms where one or more fields are actually broken out into sub tables because there can be multiple simultaneous values. Rails seems to want to you to use the [] construct in the form helpers (e.g. text_field(''employee[]'', ''name'')), but I can''t
2006 Jul 24
2
how to avoid repeating code in controller
Hi, I created a calendar class and i now have a method which gives me a 1 day view with timeslots etc. now i want to re-use that code for generating 2 and 5 day views. how can i re-use my code so i can make a show_two_days class which uses the logic of the show_one_day class? am i correct it can''t be done with helpers? regards, Remco -- Posted via
2006 May 18
1
repeating has_many calls on the same model
Hi, I currently have a model with (amongst others) the following declarations in it: has_many :live_action_personnel, :class_name => "Credit", :include => :credit_type, :order => ''credit_types.position, credits.position ASC'', :group =>