glimpse()— I do endorse benchmarks, but I’ll also note that it’s written by Michael Sumner, who works in high-dimensional geospatial data full time and I trust him to get it right if anyone can.
runModule.get.trait.data. Could we just move that whole function to
PEcAn.settings? Or, alternatively, it might make sense to just move all of the
PEcAn.utilsfunctions that are more “actually do the work” than “provide a tool to use when doing the work” and moving to a new package called something like
PEcAn.workflow. Would that be an appropriate home for
[Michael Dietze, PEcAn] Just came across this R package and thought it might be handy in PEcAn for things like user- or project-specific defaults/settings
rappdirs: Application Directories: Determine Where to Save Data, Caches, and Logs
@/all I am having trouble enabling data ingest on shiny due to package depends. I am trying to get the redland depend installed but hitting this wall after build and on test load:
rasqal_version_release_get html rasqal_version_string html rasqal_version_string_get html redland html roc_output.mergeNamespace html roc_process.mergeNamespace html serializeToCharacter html serializeToFile html setNameSpace html setQueryResultsLimit html sub-ExternalReference-method html subset-ExternalReference-method html ** building package indices ** installing vignettes ** testing if installed package can be loaded Error: package or namespace load failed for ‘redland’ in dyn.load(file, DLLpath = DLLpath, ...): unable to load shared object '/data/home/sserbin/R/library/redland/libs/redland.so': /data/home/sserbin/R/library/redland/libs/redland.so: undefined symbol: librdf_serializer_check_name Error: loading failed Execution halted ERROR: loading failed * removing ‘/data/home/sserbin/R/library/redland’ The downloaded source packages are in ‘/tmp/RtmpvYv88H/downloaded_packages’ Warning message: In install.packages("redland") : installation of package ‘redland’ had non-zero exit status
Anyone else see this before?
scp -P 6422 your_files_or_files carya@localhost:/home/location/you/want
pecan.xml(pecan settings file). You'll find it also is the output folder in any of the runs you've done so far. Within the VM runs are kept in :
/home/carya/output/. Once you have a settings file that is set up properly, to run pecan you can either open the
workflow.Rscript in the
pecan/webdirectory and run it line by line with your settings file in your working directory or simply execute that script and pass it the settings file. Either way, it's a matter of having the settings file and running the
workflow.Rwith it available.