This message will pop up, and it’s worth noting as it’s got some information in it that you might need to think about:
It’s worth noting that right now Microsoft r Client is lagging behind the current
Rversion, and is based on version 3.4 of
R, not 3.5. This will mean your default package libraries will not be shared between the installations if you are running
It’s using a snapshot of
MRANto source packages by default. 90% of the time it will operate just as you expect, but because it takes a ‘snapshot’ of packages, newer features and changes that have hit
CRANmay not be in the version of the package you are grabbing.
RevoScaleRand probably the
dplyrpackages will likely be installed for you already as default in Microsoft R Client. The other two you will probably have to install yourself.
Intel MKL will have scanned your system on install and attempted to work out how many cores your processor has. Here it’s identified 2 on my old Lenovo Yoga. This is where the speed boost will come from.
I had an old two-core Lenovo Yoga too, so this article really spoke to me.