fix for "cannot allocate vector of size"

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Instead of loading everything at once into your RAM, you divide your data into chunks. To quote author of the disk.frame package: “we go from”R can only deal with data that fits in RAM" to “R can deal with any data that fits on disk”." While data.frame uses in-RAM to process, disk.frame uses hard drive to store and process data.disk.frame also allows parallel processing.

# setup_disk.frame() # sets up background workers equal to the number of CPU c res setup_disk.frame(workers =\ 2) \# or you number of workers options(future.globals.maxSize = \Inf) # large dataset can be transferred between sessions
# attr(data.df, "path") # path to where the disk.frame is 

# to convert data.frame to a     disk.frame
data.df <- as.disk.frame(original_data_frame)

# to convert one large CSV
# takes care of splitting large CSV into smaller ones 
diskf <- disk.frame::csv_to_disk.frame(path_to_csv_file) # you can also specify,outdir = , overwrite = T.     

# to convert multiple CSV
multiple_CSV = c(path_to_csv_file1,path_to_csv_file2)
diskf = disk.frame::csv_to_disk.frame(multiple_CSV)

# for faster performance, specify which column to manipulate
result  = df %>% 
  srep(c("column1","column2")) %>%
Mike Nguyen, PhD
Mike Nguyen, PhD
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My research interests include marketing, and social science.