First of all, I’m new to rpy2 / jupyter so please don’t judge me if this isn’t the correct place to ask my question.
I am trying to set up an integrated workflow for data analysis using R and Python and I encounter the following error:
I am on Ubuntu 19.04. running a conda environment using Jupyter 1.0.0, Python 3.7.4, R 3.5.1, r-irkernel 1.0.2 and rpy2 3.1.0 and I installed the R-package Seurat through R.
When I create a Jupyter notebook using the R-kernel, I can load Seurat with
library(Seurat) just fine.
I can also use R code in python using rpy2 and the rmagic such as:
%%R data(allen, package = 'scRNAseq') adata_allen <- as(allen, 'SingleCellExperiment')
However when I try to load Seurat using rpy2 the kernel crashes:
And I get the following message:
Jupyter gives the following message in the command line:
[I 16:39:01.388 NotebookApp] KernelRestarter: restarting kernel (1/5), keep random ports kernel 23284ec0-63d5-4b61-9ffa-b52d19851eab restarted
Note that other libraries such as
library(dplyr) load just fine using rpy2.
My complete conda environment can be found in the attached text file.
I just can’t seem to figure out what is causing the problem. Is there a way to get a more verbose error message from Jupyter?
Your help would be greatly appreciated!