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2007 Feb 21
0
GLS models - bootstrapping
...ta$activ) para <- list( X=X,data=data) assign("para",para) d <- arima(x=para$data$temp,order=c(1,0,0),xreg=para$X) res <- d$residuals res <- res[!is.na(res)] list(paras=c(d$model$ar,d$reg.coef,sqrt(d$sigma2)), res=res-mean(res),fit=X %*% d$reg.coef) } beaver.args <- fit( beaver ) white.noise <- function( n.sim, ts) sample(ts,size=n.sim,replace=T) beaver.gen <- function( ts, n.sim, ran.args ) { tsb <- ran.args$res fit <- ran.args$fit coeff <- ran.args$paras ts$temp <- fit + coeff[4]*arima.sim( model=list(ar=coeff[1]),...
2017 Dec 28
1
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
...show the exactly same setup, but returning only the two first strata. Is it possible to have two or three strata depending on the data? If there is always three strata, how this would fit the interpretation of between vs within effects? Below a reproducible example that gives three strata: data(beavers) data=data.frame(id = rep(c("beaver1","beaver2"),c(nrow(beaver1),nrow(beaver2))),rbind(beaver1,beaver2)) data$activ=factor(data$activ) #balance dataset to have 6 samples for every combination of beaver and activity. balanced = split(data,interaction(data$id,data$activ)) sizes =...
2017 Dec 28
1
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
...urning only the two first strata. > > Is it possible to have two or three strata depending on the data? > If there is always three strata, how this would fit the interpretation of > between vs within effects? > > Below a reproducible example that gives three strata: > > data(beavers) > data=data.frame(id = > rep(c("beaver1","beaver2"),c(nrow(beaver1),nrow(beaver2))),rbind(beaver1,beaver2)) > data$activ=factor(data$activ) > #balance dataset to have 6 samples for every combination of beaver and > activity. > balanced = split(data,interactio...
2017 Dec 28
1
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
...gt; > > Is it possible to have two or three strata depending on the data? > > If there is always three strata, how this would fit the interpretation of > > between vs within effects? > > > > Below a reproducible example that gives three strata: > > > > data(beavers) > > data=data.frame(id = > > rep(c("beaver1","beaver2"),c(nrow(beaver1),nrow(beaver2))), > rbind(beaver1,beaver2)) > > data$activ=factor(data$activ) > > #balance dataset to have 6 samples for every combination of beaver and > > activity. > &...
2018 May 22
2
Trouble building R 3.5.0 under Ubuntu 18.04
I would love to hear from anyone who has successfully built 3.5.0 under Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver). My attempts have failed, including: export LDFLAGS="$LDFLAGS -fPIC" export CXXFLAGS="$CXXFLAGS -fPIC" export CFLAGS="$CFLAGS -fPIC" ./configure --enable-R-shlib --prefix=/usr/lib/R/3.5.0 #### Configure completes normally without errors or warni...
2017 Dec 29
1
Why aov() with Error() gives three strata?
...possible to have two or three strata depending on the data? >>> If there is always three strata, how this would fit the interpretation of >>> between vs within effects? >>> >>> Below a reproducible example that gives three strata: >>> >>> data(beavers) >>> data=data.frame(id = >>> rep(c("beaver1","beaver2"),c(nrow(beaver1),nrow(beaver2))), >> rbind(beaver1,beaver2)) >>> data$activ=factor(data$activ) >>> #balance dataset to have 6 samples for every combination of beaver and >>&g...
2006 Apr 07
1
HTTP 1.1 parser and non-standard request methods
hi, i was thinking of creating a WebDAV plugin for mongrel, but ran into an issue... the http parser hardcodes which request methods it considers valid, so it blocks non-standard request methods like MKCOL, PROPFIND, etc. i''m not familiar with the type of grammar being used for the parser, but is it possible to defer the request method validation to a later point, possibly inside the
2000 Mar 09
0
FW: "unexpected network error occurred" when copying files
...ed to set uid privileges to (0,301) now set to (301,301) [2000/03/09 11:20:10, 0, effective(301, 15), real(301, 0)] lib/util.c:(2456) PANIC: failed to set uid Again, this is Samba 2.0.6 on Tru64 4.0F. Thanks for any help that can be provided. Steve -----Original Message----- From: Beaver, Steve Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2000 4:39 PM To: ''samba@samba.org'' Subject: "unexpected network error occurred" when copying files Hello all, This is my first posting to this listserv, so be gentle:-) I have searched high and low for a resolution to my problem. I h...
2018 May 23
1
Trouble building R 3.5.0 under Ubuntu 18.04
On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 6:47 PM, Steve Gutreuter <sgutreuter at gmail.com> wrote: > I would love to hear from anyone who has successfully built 3.5.0 under > Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver). This is the wrong list, see R-sig-debian. That said, apt-get update apt-get build-dep r-base wget https://cran.r-project.org/src/base/R-3/R-3.5.0.tar.gz tar -xvf R-3.5.0.tar.gz cd R-3.5.0 ./configure make ./bin/R works for me. --Ista My attempts have faile...
2018 May 23
1
Trouble building R 3.5.0 under Ubuntu 18.04
...--enable-R-shlib flag on configure? Kevin On 05/23/2018 01:58 PM, Ista Zahn wrote: > On Tue, May 22, 2018 at 6:47 PM, Steve Gutreuter <sgutreuter at gmail.com> wrote: >> I would love to hear from anyone who has successfully built 3.5.0 under >> Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver). > > This is the wrong list, see R-sig-debian. That said, > > apt-get update > apt-get build-dep r-base > wget https://cran.r-project.org/src/base/R-3/R-3.5.0.tar.gz > tar -xvf R-3.5.0.tar.gz > cd R-3.5.0 > ./configure > make > ./b...
2006 Jan 12
0
Markaby (Markup as Ruby) plugin
...;'list'' To install in your Rails app: script/plugin install http://code.whytheluckystiff.net/svn/markaby/trunk Many more examples and caveats can be looked over at the announcement: http://redhanded.hobix.com/inspect/markabyForRails.html Beaver tales, _why
2005 Oct 12
0
Mixed model for negative binomial distribution (glmm.ADMB)
...free and runs in R) at: http://otter-rsch.com/admbre/examples/glmmadmb/glmmADMB.html I have been using this package for a split plot design along streams (my M.Sc thesis). My response data was best described by a negative binomial distribution (without zero-inflation) (beaver dam counts). The model worked very well for my dataset and appeared to handle the random effect (stream section). Although I only had one random effect, glmm.ADMB can handle at least two nested random effects. The output and functions available in glmm.ADMB are similar to those available in GL...
1998 Jun 08
0
Hanging smbd Processes
....... _-\<, .... (_)/(_) ---<( o ^ o )>--------------------------------------------------------------- Chris May EDS CSTS Renascence Center 248-528-4338 (8-224) 300 E. Big Beaver Rd. Unix: cmay01@csos.eds.com Troy, MI 48083 Lotus: lnuscsts.cmay01@eds.com fax: 248-528-4390 (8-224) MSmail: msustr11.cmay01@eds.com
2016 Apr 28
0
New book: Beginner's Guide to Zero-Inflated Models with R
...count data. In Chapter 7 we analyse continuous data with a large number of zeros. Biomass of Chinese tallow trees is analysed with zero-altered gamma (ZAG) models. In Chapter 8, which begins the second part of the book, we explain how to deal with dependency. Mixed models are introduced, using beaver and monkey datasets. In Chapter 9 we encounter a rather complicated dataset in terms of dependency. Reproductive indices are sampled from plants. But the seeds come from the same source and are planted in the same bed in the same garden. We apply models that take care of the excessive number o...
2005 Apr 18
7
Shorewall and IPv6
How is the effort to make Shorewall do iptables6 going? -- Patrick "Diablo-D3" McFarland || pmcfarland@downeast.net "Computer games don''t affect kids; I mean if Pac-Man affected us as kids, we''d all be running around in darkened rooms, munching magic pills and listening to repetitive electronic music." -- Kristian Wilson, Nintendo, Inc, 1989 --------------
2002 Nov 17
2
Proxy-ARP
I''m working with LEAF boxes as gateway machines. I''m trying to implement Proxy-ARP to build a bandwidth manager for my network. I''ve gone as per the lartc howto to implement a transparent bridge in an existing network and plan to put in my tc script after this. I''m configuring the box as a standalone one before plugging it into the network. I''m getting
2004 Jun 03
5
4 important bugs again <;
...sys: a) apt-get install logcheck b) apt-get --purge remove logcheck logcheck-database logtail c) apt-get install logcheck d) if [ -d /var/lib/logcheck ]; then echo "dir created";fi e) report back thanks for your feedback a++ ma(ks|x(imilian)?) -- sidenote on stoned beavers out of detox aka linux-2.6.0: "Linus Torvalds doesn''t believe in kernel preemtion. [..] Avoiding kernel preemption makes the kernel simpler and more robust." Moshe Bar - Linux Internals 2000
2001 Oct 22
13
Winbind, RedHat 7.1, Pam 0.74-22 ohh so close to working
Hello, I have gone through the howto provided but I am not yet able to logon to my linux box using NT4 domain accounts. I can however authenticate to restricted shares and I can obtain groups and users via "getent" and "wbinfo -u". All I really need now is a working /etc/pam.d/login. I''ve tried examples from the howto as with others from the mailing list
2010 Oct 08
74
Performance issues with iSCSI under Linux
Hi!We''re trying to pinpoint our performance issues and we could use all the help to community can provide. We''re running the latest version of Nexenta on a pretty powerful machine (4x Xeon 7550, 256GB RAM, 12x 100GB Samsung SSDs for the cache, 50GB Samsung SSD for the ZIL, 10GbE on a dedicated switch, 11x pairs of 15K HDDs for the pool). We''re connecting a single Linux