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Dear Mr Aphalo,

My name is Giulia Roncon and I am a PhD student working in Australia.

I would like to install your package "ggpmisc" but I am having some trouble.

My R version is 3.3.2 and my ggplot2 version is 2.2.1

I have been looking for some clues on your manual, but I haven't succeeded in the installation yet. Hope you might have time to help me.

Cheers,

Giulia Roncon

Comments (4)

  1. Kamil Slowikowski

    Hi Giulia,

    Could you please open a new R session and try:

    library(ggplot2)
    sessionInfo()
    install.packages("ggpmisc")
    

    Please copy and paste all of the output into a new comment below.

    This information should help us to assist you.

  2. avarnajain

    Hi Kamil,

    I used the code you suggested to download ggpmisc when it didnt work the first time, but I am still getting an error:

    Warning in install.packages : package ‘ggpmisc’ is not available (as a binary package for R version 3.1.3)

    Could you please suggest how I can download it?

  3. Pedro J. Aphalo repo owner

    I have tested 'ggpmisc' only with rather recent versions of R. The current version at Bitbucket requires R >= 3.3.0. The version in CRAN requires R >= 3.3.3. You may be able to edit DESCRIPTION and try to build it. The version in Bitbucket requires ggplot2 >2.2.1 from Github. You need to check in DESCRIPTION what version of R it requires. If possible update your R installation.

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