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dataiku package installation R 4.x

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awdursun
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dataiku package installation R 4.x

I would like to integrate dataiku in RStudio using R 4.x.  Is this possible, or do I still need to use R 3.6?


Operating system used: Windows

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sergeyd
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Hi @awdursun 

It is recommended to use the same R version in R studio as it's installed on the DSS instance.

As we do not yet support R v4 (should be available in the upcoming releases), it's recommended to use Rv3.6 in both places for now.  

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CoreyS
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Good news @awdursun! DSS can now use R 4 with Dataiku 11.1. In order to use R 4, you need to run the R integration procedure with “R” in the PATH pointing to R 4. All code environments then need to be rebuilt. Cloud Stacks setups are still on R 3.6, and will switch to R 4 in DSS 12.

More information about Dataiku 11.1 can be found here: Brand New Features for Modelers, ML Engineers, and Analysts in Dataiku 11.1 and in the release notes.

Looking for more resources to help you use Dataiku effectively and upskill your knowledge? Check out these great resources: Dataiku Academy | Documentation | Knowledge Base

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sergeyd
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Hi @awdursun 

It is recommended to use the same R version in R studio as it's installed on the DSS instance.

As we do not yet support R v4 (should be available in the upcoming releases), it's recommended to use Rv3.6 in both places for now.  

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CoreyS
Dataiker Alumni

Good news @awdursun! DSS can now use R 4 with Dataiku 11.1. In order to use R 4, you need to run the R integration procedure with “R” in the PATH pointing to R 4. All code environments then need to be rebuilt. Cloud Stacks setups are still on R 3.6, and will switch to R 4 in DSS 12.

More information about Dataiku 11.1 can be found here: Brand New Features for Modelers, ML Engineers, and Analysts in Dataiku 11.1 and in the release notes.

Looking for more resources to help you use Dataiku effectively and upskill your knowledge? Check out these great resources: Dataiku Academy | Documentation | Knowledge Base

A reply answered your question? Mark as ‘Accepted Solution’ to help others like you!
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