we do have a sample script available that helps you run logistic regression using the R statistical package right from inside ArcMap. here.
The "clustTool" library is in fact not available for versions of R > 2.12 however, the "Design" library has been folded into the "rms" (Regression Modeling Strategies) library without change in function names. The clustTool library is only required for clustering models. The implementation of logistic regression uses the rms library so, if you only need the logistic implementation you should be fine. I think that I will rewrite the code and post a new version with some new bells-and-whistles. Hopefully ESRI will not have a problem with this.
versionBool = checkRVersion(2, 14)
if (versionBool){
library(rms)
}else{
require(Design)
}
require(rms)
This is not my toolbox, I was just planning on updating the clustering functionality.
In taking a quick look at the R code ESRI has built in a very specific (2.14) version dependency. Since this condition is false then it is trying to add the depreciated library "Design". You can fix this by opening the file"LogitWithR.r", located in the Scripts directory, in a text editor.
Delete these linesversionBool = checkRVersion(2, 14)
if (versionBool){
library(rms)
}else{
require(Design)
}
And replace withrequire(rms)
You are using an older version of the toolbox. Download the "more current" 10-10.1 compliant version here:
http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=a5736544d97a4544aa47d06baf910f6d