[ESS] .Rdata not loading

Tony Rossini b||ndg|obe @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Sun Dec 26 09:00:27 CET 2021

However, if you did an install of RStudio , or another software package
which installs its own R (there are a few), then you downgraded R on your

Emacs and ESS have nothing to do with how R loads data, only R does.  Which
is why everyone is pointing you towards R.  The error means that you are
starting a version of R which isn't the one you normally use -- unless R
corrupted the .RData file when it wrote it out.


On Thu, Dec 23, 2021 at 8:28 PM Rich Shepard via ESS-help <
ess-help using r-project.org> wrote:

> On Thu, 23 Dec 2021, Tyler Smith wrote:
> > If this is true, then the problem is with R or your .Rdata file. One
> > plausible explanation from stackoverflow[1] is that your .Rdata file,
> being
> > quite large, may not have completely saved before R quit last time you
> used
> > it. If that's the case, there may be no solution other than
> re-generating the
> > data from scratch.
> Tyler,
> Okay. ,RData is 2,8074,080 bytes and /home has 270G available space.
> > Another possibility is your .Rdata was created by a version of R that's
> > different from the one you're using today. That sounds unlikely since
> you
> > haven't manually updated your R version. Is it possible an automatic
> update
> > happened over night? You could recover from this by re-installing the
> > previous version of R.
> Well, unless some extracomputer spirit changed the version overnight, it's
> still the same 4.1.2. :-)
> I'll take up this issue on the r-help mail list.
> Thanks, all.
> Happy holidays and stay well,
> Rich
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