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Error in loadNamespace(i[[1L]], c(lib.loc, .libPaths())) : there is no package called 慸ichromat? #761

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MasterKeima opened this Issue Feb 1, 2013 · 3 comments

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So I tried to install the ggplot2 function using install.packages("ggplot2"), and it says it's successfully unpacked and installed, but when I tried running ggplot2 using library(ggplot2) or require(ggplot2), it gave me the error message:

"Loading required package: ggplot2
Error in loadNamespace(i[[1L]], c(lib.loc, .libPaths())) :
there is no package called 慸ichromat?"

I tried reinstalling the package several times, either via CRAN or using the install.packages function, but it still give me the same error message. I also tried updating my R and RStudio to the latest version, but still gave me the same issue. I go into my R\win-library\2.15 folder, and the ggplot2 folder is indeed there...

All other packages are importing fine, but I just have problem with this one package....

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hadley commented Feb 1, 2013

What version of R do you have?

I was using 2.15.1 then at one point it gave me a message saying ggplot2 not available for R 2.15.1 so I downloaded the 2.15.2 and still gave me the same loadnamespace error

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hadley commented Feb 4, 2013

You might want to also try re-installing the dichromat package, since that's what the error seems to be about.

@hadley hadley closed this Feb 24, 2014

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