install_bioc: Install a package from a Bioconductor repository

Description Usage Arguments Details See Also Examples

View source: R/install-bioc.r

Description

This function requires git to be installed on your system in order to be used.

Usage

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install_bioc(repo, mirror = getOption("BioC_git",
  "https://git.bioconductor.org/packages"), ..., quiet = FALSE)

Arguments

repo

Repository address in the format [username:[email protected]][release/]repo[#commit]. Valid values for the release are ‘devel’ (the default if none specified), ‘release’ or numeric release numbers (e.g. ‘3.3’).

mirror

The bioconductor git mirror to use

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Other arguments passed on to install

quiet

if TRUE suppresses output from this function.

Details

It is vectorised so you can install multiple packages with a single command.

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See Also

Other package installation: install_bitbucket, install_cran, install_github, install_gitlab, install_git, install_svn, install_url, install_version, install, uninstall

Examples

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## Not run: 
install_bioc("SummarizedExperiment")
install_bioc("release/SummarizedExperiment")
install_bioc("3.3/SummarizedExperiment")
install_bioc("SummarizedExperiment#abc123")
install_bioc("user:[email protected]/SummarizedExperiment")
install_bioc("user:[email protected]/SummarizedExperiment")
install_bioc("user:[email protected]#abc123")

## End(Not run)

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