I'm trying to install a package in R called epiR and the console opens this dialog for me.
what do i do ?
This question appears if your user environment is restricted such as on a cooperate network. Opening [R] with administrative privileges will resolve the issue.
So say no.
On windows open [R] by right clicking and selecting "Run as Administrator"
Yes, it's possible to configure an app to always run as an administrator to save some unnecessary steps. if you are using Windows 10 and to set a particular application to always run as an administrator, use these steps:
And if you are using any other Windows then let me know if you face any other problem.
Hope this helps.
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