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I want to realize function from some R package in Mathematica. First load RLink and package what I need

Needs["RLink`"]
InstallR["RHomeLocation" -> "c:\\R-2.15.3\\"]
REvaluate["library(\"randomForest\")"]

then create RObject

rf=REvaluate["randomForest(Species~ .,data=iris,importance=TRUE,proximity=TRUE)"];

create RFunction that takes an RObject as input

treeSize = RFunction["treesize"]

Here start a problem. When I call this fuction

treeSize[rf]

its return following error message

RSet::puterr: Error putting the expression ... into a variable myRandomVar123456782845 in R. The last error message issued by R was Error in attr(myRandomVar123456782845[[10]], "dimnames") <- myRandomVar123456751330: 'dimnames' must be a list
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Have you seen this? – Szabolcs Jun 13 '14 at 13:16
    
@Szabolcs Thank. There is answer – molekyla777 Jun 13 '14 at 14:21

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