# R interpreter $with forecasts Hi, I'm trying to use the R interpreter in sage for a script I'm running that makes use of both sage and R. I'm coming across a problem in the sagemath R interpreter where I am trying to perform the following (R script): library(forecast) data <- AirPassengers data <- log(data) ARIMA <- arima(data, order = c(1, 0, 1), list(order = c(12,0, 12), period = 1)) fc<-forecast(ARIMA,h=24) fc\$mean<-exp(fc\$mean) fc\$upper<-exp(fc\$upper) fc\$lower<-exp(fc\$lower) fc\$x<-exp(fc\$x)  Namely, I am trying to "unlog" an R forecast and then plot it. I'm finding I cannot perform the last step in sage. I don't think the "\$" operator works in sage, so I am using the other reference method fc['"x"'] = r.exp(fc['"x"']) but I get an error saying this value is not able to be assigned to. Anyone know how to get around this, or what the equivalent to the "\\$" operator would be in the sage r interpreter?

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