Check the getting started page for a video showing the installation process on Mac.
Last stable release: 2.5.1 (released 16 November, 2015)
We hope that the iNZightVIT installer is fairly self-explanatory, but just in case, here's a step-by-step guide to help.
Documents\iNZightVIT), but you can change if you prefer. Admins, see bottom of page.
We recommend you keep iNZight up-to-date,
as we are frequently fixing bugs and making things better.
To see whats changed, check out the version history.
To update, just go to Start > iNZightVIT > Update.
If you are an administrator installing iNZight for multiple users, simply Right-click the installer and run as admin, then install to wherever you'd like, e.g.,
C:\Program Files (x86). Each user will get their own iNZightVIT folder in their Documents folder.
To update, right-click "Update" in the iNZightVIT directory, wherever it was installed, to allow iNZight to update the packages.
It's currently not possible for the installer to setup iNZight using R versions 3.3 or 3.4 (the issues lies with CRAN not building RGtk2 binaries). Please use the "iNZightVIT Application Folder" and follow the instructions to install iNZight.
Unfortunately, we no longer support iNZight on OS X 10.8 and earlier.
If you are still running one of these versions of OS X, you'll need to install iNZight version 2.5:
To install iNZight, just follow these simple steps:
iNZightVIT-mac-installer.dmgfile in your Downloads folder.
You can quickly open iNZight by using Mac's Spotlight search.
Just click the Search icon in the top-right of your screen,
or press ⌘ + SPACE on your keyboard,
and then start typing iNZight.
Press return once Spotlight finds iNZight to launch it.
Use iNZight a lot? Create a lauch icon in the dock!
Go to Applications > iNZightVIT,
and click and drag the iNZight icon to the dock.
It should slot into place so you can quickly launch iNZight.
Once the download completes,
iNZight not yet supported with R 3.3 or later
Due to significant changes in the latest release of R (3.4.0), the dependency RGtk2 is not yet available to users running macOS El Capitan or later (10.11+). Please see the instructions at the bottom of the page.
To run iNZight, you'll need the following dependencies. If you've had iNZight running on your machine before, you'll already have GTK and XQuartz.
You'll need to be able to install packages from source in order to get iNZight running. The following information is extracted from the CRAN tools page.
~/.R/Makevarsfile. Running the following code in terminal will do that:
mkdir -p ~/.R cat << EOF > ~/.R/Makevars CC=/usr/local/clang4/bin/clang CXX=/usr/local/clang4/bin/clang++ LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/clang4/lib EOF
install.packages('RGtk2', type='source')If that succeeds and iNZight still fails to start, contact support.
iNZight runs on most common Linux systems, including all Debian-based distributions (Ubuntu, Linux Mint) and any others on which you can install R. The installer shown below only works on Ubuntu and perhaps some other debian-based systems; if you have another distribution, you'll need to install R yourself and install iNZight as an R package.
You'll first need to make sure you have the necessary dependencies. Exactly what these are depends on your specific version of linux.
Ubuntu 14.04 or later, Linux Mint:
apt-get install libgtk2.0-dev
Ubuntu 14.04 or later, Linux Mint:
apt-get install xorg-dev
You can choose between cloning a repository and building iNZight automatically (Ubuntu, Debian only), install iNZight manually as an R package, or install under WINE.
The iNZightVIT Installer for Linux will create a directory on your machine and install the required packages there, as well as provide executables that will allow you to start iNZight or VIT easily.
gitinstalled, just run
git clone https://github.com/iNZightVIT/linux.git iNZightVITThis will create an
git, you'll need to download the zipped archive. For example, using
curl -fsSL https://github.com/iNZightVIT/linux/archive/master.zip -o iNZightVIT.zipThen unzip it (setting the name to iNZightVIT) and delete the ZIP file:
unzip iNZightVIT.zip && rm iNZightVIT.zip && mv linux-master iNZightVIT
cd iNZightVIT makeNow, to run iNZight or VIT, simply navigate to the directory and start it:
cd iNZightVIT ./inzight # to start iNZight ./vit # to start VIT ./update # to update iNZightVIT
sudo make install # to undo this, run sudo make uninstallThis allows you to run iNZight from anywhere on your computer, simply by running
vitfrom the command line, without having to navigate to the iNZightVIT folder.
make install, be sure to
The install script has been tested on Ubuntu 16.04. I don't think there's anything harmful in it, but feel free to check the source first.
If you have any issues, do let me know at email@example.com. If you are clever and can make the script better, feel free to submit a pull request.
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You need to install
apt-get install on debian-based OS).
On some distros (such as Elementary OS) you may need to tell curl where to find them. Run this in a terminal:
If you use R yourself, you may prefer to install iNZight yourself.
install.packages(c('iNZight', 'vit'), dependencies = TRUE, repos = c('http://r.docker.stat.auckland.ac.nz/R', 'https://cran.rstudio.com'), Ncpus = 1) # if you have cores to spare, increase this to speed up install time
dependencies = TRUE argument is recommended, as it will ensure you get the full set of iNZight packages (
Suggests), some of which include colour palettes and add-on modules.
You may also switch
https://cran.rstudio.com with your preferred CRAN mirror.
To run iNZight:
To run VIT:
You can install and run iNZight for Windows via WINE, without needed any additional dependencies (except for WINE, of course). If you don't have WINE installed already, follow the instructions on their website.
Once you have WINE installed, download the iNZightVIT Windows Installer and run it with WINE, and follow the Windows installation instructions.