I am using RStan and would like to use the function inv_inc_beta. According to 3.13 Combinatorial functions | Stan Functions Reference, this function is only available since Version 2.30. Is this version already available for RStan and how can I download it?
This should get you the latest version of
remove.packages(c("rstan", "StanHeaders")) remotes::install_git("https://github.com/stan-dev/rstan", subdir = "StanHeaders", ref = "experimental") remotes::install_git("https://github.com/stan-dev/rstan", subdir = "rstan/rstan", ref = "experimental")
Perfect, thanks, that worked!
I have the following error
Error: Failed to install ‘unknown package’ from Git:
Git does not seem to be installed on your system.
Is there any solution to this error? I use R4.2.2 win 64
do you have Git installed on your Windows machine? Git - Downloading Package
Thank you for your reminder.
I install Git now, but It stops here,
“Downloading git repo GitHub - stan-dev/rstan: RStan, the R interface to Stan
“C:\PROGRA~1\Git\cmd\git.exe” clone --depth 1 --no-hardlinks GitHub - stan-dev/rstan: RStan, the R interface to Stan C:\Users\111\AppData\Local\Temp\RtmpcnDzWU\file20941f6318ca
“C:\PROGRA~1\Git\cmd\git.exe” fetch origin experimental”