Well, you could download and install it into R!
However, as this seems to be about how SPSS integrates R, maybe you
should post on their support list for help.
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and sticking things into it."
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On Sat, Aug 5, 2017 at 7:02 PM, Gavin Brown <gt.br...@auckland.ac.nz> wrote:
> I am not an R-Head, hence I use nice utilities that integrate R into SPSS
> I have SPSS v24, R3.20 and R3.40
> I have run IBM SPSS R Integration which requires linking to R3.20
> I have installed R Factor v2.4.2
> This package requires 'polycor' library
> Unfortunately, 'polycor' does not exist in R3.20
> DATASET ACTIVATE DataSet1.
> *Mário Basto, José Manuel Pereira, IPCA
> *Required: SPSS 21 and R Integration Plugin
> *R Packages required: psych, polycor, GPArotation, nFactors, corpcor, ICS,
> set printback off.
> Error in library(polycor) : there is no package called 'polycor'
> This means the very good utility does not run in the way I have installed
> both R and SPSS
> Does anyone know what I've done wrong and how to overcome this?
> Prof. Gavin T L Brown, PhD
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> Faculty of Education & Social Work
> The University of Auckland
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