trying to get my tools going, part 29.  I have a Docker image with the latest 
Galaxy release, patched to fix the Conda install bug I found earlier, my tools 
are installed ok and I’ve added a few from the toolshed for good measure.

One of my tools requires R 3.0.2 which is installed ok.   I also installed 
scatterplot from the toolshed which requires R 2.11; that is also installed ok 
by conda. However, I get this message when trying to run scatterplot:

Traceback (most recent call last):
 line 5, in <module>
    from rpy import *
 line 134, in <module>
    """ % RVERSION)
RuntimeError: No module named _rpy3002

      RPy module can not be imported. Please check if your rpy
      installation supports R 3.0.2. If you have multiple R versions
      installed, you may need to set RHOME before importing rpy. For

      >>> from rpy_options import set_options
      >>> set_options(RHOME='c:/progra~1/r/rw2011/')
      >>> from rpy import *

So it seems that rpy is installed and is aware of one version of R but not the 
other, and the other is being found (perhaps because it’s the default install 
in the Docker image?)

FYI my docker image recipe is here:


and the image itself is here:


Any pointers to the way forward appreciated.

Department of Computing, Macquarie University

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