datr allows R users to interact with the Dat network. You can load, store, or share data on the Dat network, without including any intermediaries that can snoop on your content. All transfers are end-to-end encrypted.
or in plain text
datr::dat_install(os = 'linux') datr::clone_dat('dat://0286381d95864386a83aadb136a60c1d09d079c5a4ff0e403fa126644ba4c6ab', dir = '~/test-datr/') dir.create('~/test-datr-sharing') setwd('~/test-datr-sharing') datr::create_dat() write.csv(data.frame(x = rnorm(100, 0, 1), y = rnorm(100, 50, 23)), '~/test-datr-sharing/test-data.csv', row.names = FALSE) datr::sync_dat()
You can install
datr from GitHub with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("libscie/datr")
R with Administrator privileges by right clicking the icon and selecting “Run as administrator”
Once the program launches, run
datr::dat_install(). The package then initiates downloading Dat and installs it on your local machine.
Upon completion, reboot R and you can start using the package 😻 (adminstrator privileges no longer needed)
Note that there currently is an issue out that could benefit from feedback on installation on Mac (#7).
datr::dat_install(os = 'linux') from your R console. There’s no need to specify which flavor of Linux you’re running, but you might to need to restart your R session 🙋
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