Illustration,
credit to gangboard.com

First,
access R progranm from
“Comprehensive

**R**Archive Network” (**CRAN**). The website is following: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/sos/index.html
“The
R program that we will be downloading is around 60 MB (for the
Windows version), so if you have a slow Internet connection, it might
take a long time to download.”

“Note
that there should be supplemental instructions for installing R on
Mac OS X or Linux.”

“You
do not need the graphical client for Mac or Linux, but you can
experiment with it if you want to.”

I
have personal computer that have Microsoft windows with later
version, thus, I have no problem to download and install R program
provided by instructor.

However,
the computer system has reported that the R installer has an
‘unidentified publisher’ or ‘unknown publisher’ and ask if it
should be run.

I
just click “yes.” Everything goes fine then.

Furthermore,
we may use library computers or public computers in the coming weeks,
in this case, the system administrators can disable installing
applications from non-trusted sources.

Surrealism
painting by Max Ernst, just for illustration

We
better to persuade library administrators that R program is
trustworthy or I will run the installer from a standard account and
install into my own file area.

We
wish we could run R program without problems during statistic course
and even beyond such as for daily purposes or research project.

I do not have Windows, I use Android 😃

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“The R program that we will be downloading is around 60 MB (for the Windows version), so if you have a slow Internet connection, it might take a long time to download.”

“Note that there should be supplemental instructions for

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First, access R progranm from “Comprehensive R Archive Network” ( CRAN ). The website is following: https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/sos/index.html

This sounds a bit stressful.

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“Note that there should be supplemental instructions for installing R on Mac OS X or Linux.”

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Furthermore, we may use library computers or public computers in the coming weeks, in this case, the system administrators can disable installing applications from non-trusted sources.

Hope you do well with your statistics using R!

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“You do not need the graphical client for Mac or Linux, but you can experiment with it if you want to.”

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We better to persuade library administrators that R program is trustworthy or I will run the installer from a standard account and install into my own file area.

Sounds difficult but interesting!

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I have personal computer that have Microsoft windows with later version, thus, I have no problem to download and install R program provided by instructor.

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We wish we could run R program without problems during statistic course and even beyond such as for daily purposes or research project.