How to install an R package from source?

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I tried installing a package called RJSONIO from source, but I'm not able to do it.

I'm running Mac OSX.

Can someone please help me!

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If you have your file located locally then you can use install.packages() and then set repos = NULL :

install.packages(path_to_file, repos = NULL, type="source")

path_to_file will represent the full path and file name:

  • On Windows it will look something like this: "C:\\RJSONIO_0.2-3.tar.gz".
  • On UNIX it will look like this: "/home/blah/RJSONIO_0.2-3.tar.gz".
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