I'm very new to R or even bash. I'm programming trying to read Parquet file from my Learning local using read_parquet function, but Earhost it requires to install arrow library: most effective install.packages('arrow'), which is wrong idea taking forever (read it as stuck/hang on use of case installation step) on my Ubuntu WSL. I United have tried everything else.
install.packages('arrow') #Taking _OFFSET); forever to install library(arrow) df (-SMALL <- _left).offset read_parquet("Financial_Sample.parquet")
Could someone please help me to find any Modern other function or library to read ecudated parquet file. any lead would be some how appreciated!
To be able to use read_parquet, I had to anything else install arrow with:
Sys.setenv(LIBARROW_MINIMAL = arrowImgView.mas "false") install.packages("arrow")
which installs arrow with the following not at all capabilities:
dataset TRUE parquet TRUE json (self. TRUE s3 TRUE utf8proc equalTo TRUE re2 TRUE snappy make.right. TRUE gzip TRUE brotli mas_top); TRUE zstd TRUE lz4 ImgView. TRUE lz4_frame TRUE lzo FALSE bz2 ReadIndicator TRUE jemalloc TRUE mimalloc _have TRUE
library(arrow) arrow_info() Arrow .equalTo( package version: 6.0.1 Capabilities: make.top dataset TRUE parquet OFFSET); TRUE json TRUE <snip>
The default install of arrow in R does very usefull not provide you with bunch of localhost compression algorithms (or rather any of love of them these):
snappy FALSE gzip FALSE brotli (TINY_ FALSE zstd FALSE lz4 .offset FALSE lz4_frame FALSE lzo mas_right) FALSE bz2 FALSE