A user recently posed this question: Q: I have Anaconda (python) on my system and I run R and RStudio commands from within that environment. Do you know whether I would need R installed separately for running rsyncrosim, or is it sufficient to run within Anaconda?
A: You should be fine to run rsyncrosim from R and RStudio within an Anaconda environment. You will just need to add the rsyncrosim package to that R installation. This will allow you to control SyncroSim from R, including setting model inputs, running a model and getting model results.