2016-10-23 14:50:28 -0500 | asked a question | brial and cython failed to build while building Sage I followed the documentation to build Sage with Debian packages. I run the command "debian/rules prune build" and I got the following ouput: Cython is already installed (Cython version 0.23.2) and I can't install brial because it depends of libstdc++6 (>= 5.2) but 4.9.2-10 will be installed. |

2016-08-25 10:46:29 -0500 | commented answer | linear regression with R in sagemath Thank you for the hint. Now, I have an other issue: name "LLCCS00" is not defined.It seems to be a Python error. EDIT: The equivalent command works in R studio. |

2016-08-25 10:44:43 -0500 | commented question | linear regression with R in sagemath File "<ipython-input-4-8b7ce4bd7df2>", line 2 a = r.lm(LLCCS00 ~ OILBRNP, data = reader) ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax |

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2016-08-24 10:49:37 -0500 | asked a question | linear regression with R in sagemath Hi, I know it is possible to do a linear regression directly inside sage. However, I was wondering if it was possible to call the lm function from R to do it as well. I tried the following code: LLCCS00 and OILBRNP are my two variables. They are in row. It is time series so for each variable, there is a value at each date (dates are columns). The issue I have is that I have a syntax error. I don't understand why. |

2016-08-24 10:49:36 -0500 | commented answer | inter-mixing Sage and R When I type "r.read_table?" or "r.read_csv?" I have an attribute error. |

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