At the command line:
$ pip install clarite
Running R code from CLARITE¶
In order to use the “r_survey” “regression_kind” in the ewas function, R must be installed.
The version of R must be compatible with the installed version of rpy2 (usually the latest version).
The R installation must have the ‘survey’ package installed: Rscript -e ‘install.packages(“survey”)’
The R_HOME environment variable may need to be set, and R must be on the PATH. This can be done in each script:
import os os.environ["R_HOME"] = r"C:\Program Files\R\R-4.0.2" os.environ["PATH"] = r"C:\Program Files\R\R-4.0.2\bin\x64" + ";" + os.environ["PATH"]
From the command line:
python -m rpy2.situation
Or within a jupyter notebook environment:
import rpy2.situation for row in rpy2.situation.iter_info(): print(row)