my Mac is a MacBook Pro 2019

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I do not have any information about Mac or cp.

I am using R and I am running a heavy model, but I can not get a result because of lack of memory. Is there any way to fix it, like swap memory?

Please help me step by step if it is possible
If it isn't possible let me know

  • Mac Pro and Macbook Pro are two different things. "I am using R and I am running a heavy model" What does that mean? Have you you done a web search for - upgrade Macbook Pro memory - for your model number? Please revise your question to more clear and detailed. – Alaska Man Aug 16 '19 at 1:33
  • @AlaskaMan u mean I should mention what I am running? – sherek_66 Aug 16 '19 at 1:40
  • solve.Qp for a matrix with 36944*36944 size – sherek_66 Aug 16 '19 at 1:41
  • The MacTracker app gives details for all macs - very handy for questions like this... – Solar Mike Aug 16 '19 at 4:55
  • @AlaskaMan R is a programming language widely used in statistics and data science. It is the first result I get if I search (Google or DuckDuckGo) for R! – nekomatic Aug 20 '19 at 14:15

The memory in the 2019 MBP (two Thunderbolt 3 ports) is soldered to the motherboard, and is not user-upgradeable.

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    If memory were upgradable, then the "About this Mac" window we see in the OP would have "Memory" between "Storage" and "Support". – GEdgar Aug 17 '19 at 1:31

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