The R package bigstatsr provides functions for fast statistical analysis of large-scale data encoded as matrices. The package can handle matrices that are too large to fit in memory thanks to memory-mapping to binary files on disk. This is very similar to the format
big.matrix provided by the R package bigmemory, which is no longer used by this package.
Note that most of the algorithms of this package don’t handle missing values.
# For the CRAN version install.packages("bigstatsr") # For the current development version devtools::install_github("privefl/bigstatsr") # For the first version (depending on package bigmemory) devtools::install_github("privefl/bigstatsr", ref = "v-bigmemory")
As inputs, package bigstatsr uses Filebacked Big Matrices (FBM).
Please open an issue if you find a bug. If you want help using bigstatsr, please post on Stack Overflow with the tag bigstatsr (not yet created). How to make a great R reproducible example?
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