I am trying to use the R package caret and RRF in the submission and am having some difficulty in installing these via conda-forge. Would it be possible to give step-by-step instructions about how to use packages from CRAN rather than via conda and conda-forge when performing the submission?
Hi @kelleni2 , I am having the same issue as well for package “mice”. May I ask your advice on this? Thanks!
You can use the
r-mice package from conda-forge, given it isn’t present in R channel.
To do so, in your environment.yml, make sure you have
conda-forge under “channels”, and add
r-mice under dependencies.
For installing locally on your system you can use:
conda install -c conda-forge r-mice
Hi, I am also having the same issue on installing and loading the library for “tidyverse” package. May I know how I should work on this? Thank you!
There was discussion for
tidyverse package here for installing tidyverse 1.3.0. There is issue in
r-stringi package on conda-forge, in case you are trying that one.
I am able to install “tidyverse” in rstudio but it turns out that there is some issues in installing and load “tidyverse” package during the submission. I have tried the method that you show but I am not sure whcih I have missed out.
Can you tell your submission ID in which you tried using it? We can look into it.
AIcrowd Submission Received #28571
Hi, shared the logs in your submission now, I guess you are missing C50 package due to which it is failing.
So I would need to include all the packages that I have used in environment.yml?
Yes, all the dependencies need to be present in your repository.