I am trying to create a large sparse matrix, 10^5 by 10^5 in R, but am running into memory issues.

```
> Matrix(nrow=1e5,ncol=1e5,sparse=TRUE)
Error in Matrix(nrow = 1e+05, ncol = 1e+05, sparse = TRUE) :
too many elements specified
```

It looks like this is because the number of elements is larger than 2^31, which is the maximum integer value. But I am running this on a 64 bit machine.

```
> .Machine$integer.max
[1] 2147483647
```

Is there any way to create such a large, sparse matrix?

It looks like the trick is to set `data=0`

rather than `data=NA`

.

```
> Matrix(data=0,nrow=1e5,ncol=1e5,sparse=TRUE)
```

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