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How to check version of R language installed?

R programming is a free and Open source package used for data analysis. I will show you two ways to find which version of R is installed in your system Using R/R studio Open R or R studio and type version or R.Version() This will bring you the following details platform

Error: gfortran: Command not found and non-zero exit status in R [Solved]

R error

While installing packages in R, Linux users often come across an error stating "gfortran: Command not found" and "non-zero exit status". The absence of gfortran in your OS cause this error. This can be solved simply by installing gfortran package once. To install the gfortran use the following command Manjaro/Arch Linux users Use

Password Protect your file with LibreOffice

In this brief step by step tutorial, learn how to password protect your file using LibreOffice. LibreOffice is a free and open source office suite works with Linux, Windows and Mac OS. You can password protect word, spreadsheet and presentation file using LibreOffice Writer, Calc and Impress respectively. LibreOffice uses a

Stata missing icons on Linux [Solved]

  Hello all, With an assumption that you have successfully installed Stata on your Linux system (Ubuntu, Manjaro, Debian, Fedora, Open SUSE, Linux Mint, Elementary OS, and etc..,) I further proceed on steps involved to get icons after installation. In case if you had any problem in installation follow the steps