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2017 Dec 12

1

Gaussian Process Classification R packages

For the record please re-read my original message. It is clear, concise, polite and thankful for future help. I received a reply "Google it!". Thank you!
Thank you Jeff for your links. I am aware of them. However, they do not point to an R package for GP for binary classification which produces prediction intervals.
It seems that r-help is not as it was before. Wish you all the

2017 Dec 12

1

Gaussian Process Classification R packages

For the record:
I **was** trying to be helpful. I simply didn't know whether "I struggled"
meant that the OP had done a web search; as Chuck mentioned, when I did
one, I found what looked like possibly helpful hits. The OP's hostile
response frankly surprised me, but I see no reason to respond in kind.
Cheers,
Bert
Bert Gunter
"The trouble with having an open mind is

2017 Dec 11

1

Gaussian Process Classification R packages

Thank you Charles Berry for your kind reply. I don't see anything wrong with the word "struggling". I have spent several hours trying various R packages like kernlab and GPfit to use GP to create a binary classification model which produces a prediction interval for each sample. I have been struggling because with all of them you may create a GP classification model but it only

2017 Dec 11

1

Gaussian Process Classification R packages

While a plea about struggling may seem appropriate to you, it is just as content-free as a reply telling you to use Google... and like it or not, that tit-for-tat arises due to frustration with lack of specificity as detailed by Charles. That is, if you are constructive about documenting your issue with a reproducible example and mentioning what you have tried and how it failed, you won't

2011 Dec 12

1

k-folds cross validation with conditional logistic

--begin inclusion --
I have a matched-case control dataset that I''m using conditional
logistic regression (clogit in survival) to analyze. I''m trying to
conduct k-folds cross validation on my top models but all of the
packages I can find (CVbinary in DAAG, KVX) won''t work with clogit
models. Is there any easy way to do this in R?
-end inclusion --
The clogit funciton

2017 Nov 23

1

libPaths displays truncated path?

> On Nov 23, 2017, at 4:34 AM, Loris Bennett <loris.bennett at fu-berlin.de> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> TL;DR
> -----
>
> I define the path
>
> /cm/shared/apps/R/site-library/3.4.2
>
> and add it to libPath. Why does libPath then display it as
>
> /cm/shared/apps/R/site-library/3.4
>
> ?

2018 May 28

1

to R Core T: mle function in 32bits not respecting the constrain

> On May 27, 2018, at 10:31 PM, francesc badia roca <fbr600 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I have an issue using mle in versions of 32 bits.
>
> I am writing a package which I want to submit to the CRAN.
> When doing the check, there is an example that has an error running in the
> 32 bits version.
>
> The problem comes from the mle function, using it with a lower

2017 Dec 11

1

Gaussian Process Classification R packages

> On Dec 11, 2017, at 8:06 AM, Damjan Krstajic <dkrstajic at hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> I have kindly asked for help and I am sad to receive such a reply from some on the r-help list.
>
>
Well, you only said you were `struggling' to find a package.
Bert may well have done the Google search himself and found numerous resources on such models including links to R (as I

2017 Jun 01

1

odfWeave - A loop of the "same" data

On Thu, 1 Jun 2017, POLWART, Calum (COUNTY DURHAM AND DARLINGTON NHS FOUNDATION TRUST) via R-help wrote:
> Before I go and do this another way - can I check if anyone has a way of
> looping through data in odfWeave (or possibly sweave) to do a repeating
> analysis on subsets of data?
>
> For simplicity lets use mtcars dataset in R to explain. Dataset looks like this:
>

2017 Jun 21

1

fitting cosine curve

Using a more stable nonlinear modeling tool will also help, but key is to get
the periodicity right.
y=c(16.82, 16.72, 16.63, 16.47, 16.84, 16.25, 16.15, 16.83, 17.41, 17.67,
17.62, 17.81, 17.91, 17.85, 17.70, 17.67, 17.45, 17.58, 16.99, 17.10)
t=c(7, 37, 58, 79, 96, 110, 114, 127, 146, 156, 161, 169, 176, 182,
190, 197, 209, 218, 232, 240)
lidata <- data.frame(y=y, t=t)
#I use the

2017 Jun 01

2

Data import R: some explanatory variables not showing up correctly in summary

Hello,
In order for us to help we need to know how you've imported your data.
What was the file type? What instructions have you used to import it?
Did you use base R or a package?
Give us a minimal but complete code example that can reproduce your
situation.
Hope this helps,
Rui Barradas
Em 01-06-2017 11:02, Tara Adcock escreveu:
> Hi,
>
> I have a question regarding data

2018 Apr 26

1

How to define mutualy exclusive parameters of a function

> On Apr 26, 2018, at 6:46 AM, Polychronis Kostoulas <polychronis.kostoulas at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Dear All,
> apologies if this is basic: I am writing a function:
>
> fb<-function(mean, median, mode, a, b=0.95, lower=F)
> {....}
>
> The arguments mean, median and mode are mutually exclusive (i.e. the user
> should define only one of these). How do I

2018 May 13

2

is there any method to defer the execution of code in r?

> On May 13, 2018, at 9:24 AM, Jeff Newmiller <jdnewmil at dcn.davis.ca.us> wrote:
>
> Not when I click on that link.
>
>
Nor me, but what I get is actually
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1174799/how-to-make-execution-pause-sleep-wait-for-x-seconds-in-r
note the number is *different* than 50314015 - the OPs posting
Seems like a bug - perhaps in