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Jim_G_Pappas
Level II

Setting path to R location

Hello

I would like to be able to run a couple of R-scripts I have.  Additionally, I'd like to run some of the JMP add-ins that utilize R (ex. Chernoff Faces).   Is there a way to set the pate within preferences or tell JMP where the location of R is on my laptop.   Its not under program files (due to admin rights), as I'm assumming that's where it might be looking.  It is definately on my laptop however, with all pertinent libraries loaded. 

 

To be more specific,  I get the following when trying to run the command R connect();

 

An installation of R cannot be found on this system. JMP R support requires R version 2.9.1 or higher in access or evaluation of 'Glue' , Names Default To Here( 1 ); /*###*/If( Is Empty( dt = Current Data Table() ),

 

Any help is appreciated.   Thanks, Jim Pappas

Jim Pappas
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txnelson
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Re: Setting path to R location

Look in the Scripting Guide "How JMP Finds R"

     Help==>Books==>Scripting Guide

Jim

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txnelson
Super User

Re: Setting path to R location

Look in the Scripting Guide "How JMP Finds R"

     Help==>Books==>Scripting Guide

Jim

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Jim_G_Pappas
Level II

Re: Setting path to R location

Thanks - that worked great.
Jim Pappas
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mrosenthal
Level II

Re: Setting path to R location

Hello,

What are the adjustments (if available) to do the same process as the book shows with regards to Windows on a MAC?

thanks in advance,

Maoz

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