Issues with ave function in R: error "cannot allocate vector of size 419 kb."

Issues with ave function in R: error "cannot allocate vector of size 419 kb."

By : aldrin perez
Date : November 19 2020, 03:01 PM
wish help you to fix your issue For data in long format, I am trying to generate a sequence of 1:length of event to count length (time) of each event within ID, to look like this: , Using sequence as FUN may not work as expected. For e.g.
code :
sequence(c(6, 5))
#[1] 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5

seq_along(c(6, 5))
#[1] 1 2
df1$Time <- with(df1, ave(Event, Event, ID, FUN = seq_along))
setDT(df1)[, Time := seq_len(.N), .(ID, Event)]

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Memory Allocation "Error: cannot allocate vector of size 75.1 Mb"

Memory Allocation "Error: cannot allocate vector of size 75.1 Mb"

By : kevmax
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you R has gotten to the point where the OS cannot allocate it another 75.1Mb chunk of RAM. That is the size of memory chunk required to do the next sub-operation. It is not a statement about the amount of contiguous RAM required to complete the entire process. By this point, all your available RAM is exhausted but you need more memory to continue and the OS is unable to make more RAM available to R.
Potential solutions to this are manifold. The obvious one is get hold of a 64-bit machine with more RAM. I forget the details but IIRC on 32-bit Windows, any single process can only use a limited amount of RAM (2GB?) and regardless Windows will retain a chunk of memory for itself, so the RAM available to R will be somewhat less than the 3.4Gb you have. On 64-bit Windows R will be able to use more RAM and the maximum amount of RAM you can fit/install will be increased.
R lm function Error: cannot allocate vector of size 8.4 Mb

R lm function Error: cannot allocate vector of size 8.4 Mb

By : trying_To_Code
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I have a huge data frame. I grouped all my data based on two columns The problem that when I use lm function with ddply I get an error Error: cannot allocate vector of size 8.4 Mb . However, when I use it for another functions as mean it works perfectly. Could you suggest me something that fix this problem, perhaps another function instead of ddply? I have used the maximum limit by the way , If you only need the coefficients, you can try this:
code :
dafr <- df[, as.list(lm.fit(cbind(1, b), a)$coef), by=list(c, d)]
setnames(dafr, c("c", "d", "intercept", "slope"))
#   c d    intercept slope
#1: 1 5 1.869449e-13   0.5
#2: 2 6 5.176935e-13   0.5
#3: 3 7 5.000000e+02   0.5
#4: 4 8 5.000000e+02   0.5
Left_join: Error: cannot allocate vector of size "small" Mb

Left_join: Error: cannot allocate vector of size "small" Mb

By : Khushboo Singhal Tha
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Since posting this question I have done some research. I first thought the errors had to do with the number(size) of objects in my workspace, which was not the case.
The most important answer to my own question (please feel free to elaborate on this), is that the size of the vector which cannot be allocated does not necessarily say a lot about what the operation does to memory.
code :
Error: cannot allocate vector of size 140.4 Mb
df1 <- merge(df1, df2, by= "matchcode", all.x = TRUE, allow.cartesian=TRUE)
R (64-bit on Windows): How to get around "cannot allocate vector of size 557.6 Mb" error in code

R (64-bit on Windows): How to get around "cannot allocate vector of size 557.6 Mb" error in code

By : user3647806
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps My first solution here was that to remove those rows from file1 and file2 where the USERID is blank.
This is not an ideal solution (considering that merge is probably more DT-friendly than the join functions in dplyr) as per comment made by @r2evans.
code :
library(tidyverse, data.table)

con1  <- file("file1.csv", open = "r")
con2  <- file("file2.csv", open = "r")

file1 <- select(read.csv(con1, sep = "|", fill = F, colClasses = "character"),
                PROFILE.ID, USERID)

file1 <- filter(file1, USERID != "")

file2 <- select(read.csv(con2, sep = "|", fill = F, colClasses = "character"),
                PROFILE.ID, USERID)

file2 <- filter(file2, USERID != "")

full_join(file1, file2, by = "USERID") %>%
  filter(is.na(PROFILE.ID.x) | is.na(PROFILE.ID.y) |
                PROFILE.ID.x != PROFILE.ID.y)

R : Any other solution to "cannot allocate vector size n mb" in R?

R : Any other solution to "cannot allocate vector size n mb" in R?

By : TheBidetShop
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further The problem is that R tries to allocate 90mb of continuous space. Unfortunately, after many operations, it is possible that the memory is too fragmented.
If possible, try to optimize your code to use small chunks of data at a time.
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