[R] parallel processing for bridge and blasso

From: Emily Deomano <EDeomano_at_bses.com.au>
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2011 11:46:38 +1000

I'm running 10, 000 iterations each for the bridge and blasso. 3, 000 iterations roughly takes a week in a core-duo processor with 16GB RAM. I'll have access to a 6C processor machine and I came across the multicore package. Can I use multicore with the bridge and blasso function? That is, is parallel processing possible for the bridge and blasso functions by using the multicore package?

Kind Regards

Emily Deomano
BSES Limited  Q Australia

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