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2013 Mar 29
1
Create values based on a table of conditions
Hi R help forum, I have a simple data frame of four columns - one of numbers (really a categorical variable), one of dates and one of data. I have over 500,000 data points to work with, spread over 40 files, each named after a different animal. These are contact data recorded by proximity loggers over two years between the animals of the file name and collars being worn by other animals. The
2006 Jan 30
4
Logistic regression model selection with overdispersed/autocorrelated data
I am creating habitat selection models for caribou and other species with data collected from GPS collars. In my current situation the radio-collars recorded the locations of 30 caribou every 6 hours. I am then comparing resources used at caribou locations to random locations using logistic regression (standard habitat analysis). The data is therefore highly autocorrelated and this causes Type
2003 Jan 22
1
expect connect timeout, but don''t get one
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Greetings I''m having a network problem that I don''t understand. It involves/hinges upon an internal router running the latest Shorewall. We make weather radar control and networking software. Our customers are experiencing a connection timeout, but here in the office we are not. I have some slight suspicions as to why they see a
2013 Nov 24
1
create a new dataframe with intervals and computing a weighted average for each of its rows
I need you help with this problem, I have a data-frame like this: BHID=c(43,43,43,43,44,44,44,44,44) FROM=c(50.9,46.7,44.2,43.1,52.3,51.9,49.3,46.2,42.38) TO=c(46.7,44.2,43.1,40.9,51.9,49.3,46.2,42.38,36.3) AR=c(45,46,0.0,38.45,50.05,22.9,0,25,9) DF<-data.frame(BHID,FROM,TO,VALUE) #add the length DF$LENGTH=DF$FROM-DF$TO where: + BHID: is the borehole
2005 Sep 27
1
Moaning dog...
Here's one for you phone people.... An elderly lady phoned her telephone company to report that her telephone failed to ring when her friends called - and that on the few occasions when it did ring, her pet dog always moaned right before the phone rang. The telephone repairman proceeded to the scene, curious to see this psychic dog or senile elderly lady. He climbed a nearby telephone pole,
2010 Jul 12
2
Xyplot or Tin-R problem?
I ran the following script from xyplot Examples using Tin-R on Windows and saw no plot produced. EE <- equal.count(ethanol$E, number=9, overlap=1/4) xyplot(NOx ~ C | EE, data=ethanol, prepanel = function(x,y) prepanel.loess(x, y, span=1), xlab="Compression Ratio", ylab="NOx (micrograms/J)", panel = function(x,y) { panel.grid()(h = -1, v=2)
2005 Jan 29
0
test comparing spatial point patterns?
I'm working with animal relocation data. These are x-y coordinates of radio-collared coyotes over a period of time. Relocations are far enough apart in time to be considered independent. We want to test if the pattern of space-use has changed from one year to the next. Relocations roughly follow a 2D Gaussian distribution, but points are often clustered near one or more '...
2018 May 29
2
Yum dependency failure installing latest LibreOffice
I've been bashing my head on the wall for 2 or 3 hours for something that should be (and has been, in the past) simple. Trying to install the latest LibreOffice downloaded from Libreoffice.org. I had 6.0.1.1 and downloaded 6.4.0.2, and kept getting dependency errors: --> Running transaction check ---> Package libobasis6.0-base.x86_64 0:6.0.4.2-2 will be installed ---> Package
2007 Dec 20
5
[PATCH 0/16] lguest: introduce vcpu structure
this patch makes room for the vcpu structure in lguest, already used in this very same way at lguest64. It's the first part of our plan to have lguest and lguest64 unified too. When two dogs hang out, you don't have new puppies right in the other day. Some time has to be elapsed. They have to grow first. In this same spirit, having these patches _do not_ mean smp guests can be launched
2007 Dec 20
5
[PATCH 0/16] lguest: introduce vcpu structure
this patch makes room for the vcpu structure in lguest, already used in this very same way at lguest64. It's the first part of our plan to have lguest and lguest64 unified too. When two dogs hang out, you don't have new puppies right in the other day. Some time has to be elapsed. They have to grow first. In this same spirit, having these patches _do not_ mean smp guests can be launched
2013 Jan 15
0
temporal and spatial correlation structures in GAMM
Dear R_help list members!   I’m studding forest carnivores and I have data on resting site selection and use!   I’m trying to model the probability that a forest carnivore might have in be located in a tree hollow (1) (the main resting site selected) rather than elsewhere (0) (other resting site types, dens, nests, etc.). The model should be related with several variables such as for instance:  
2006 Feb 24
18
I need more bling!
Hello everyone, I just showed a friend a prototype of a site offering a service I''m trying to sell (sorry, not on the Internet yet - he saw it at my house). His comment: "Looks like it does everything, but also looks pretty ugly. You''re not going to wow anybody with that". Sitting back and thinking about it, he''s dead right - it needs some bling to make it
2001 Aug 15
4
WSJ article
Found this on usenet: August 13, 2001 E-Business Inventors Release Free Alternative To MP3 Music, but Cost Is High By MEI FONG Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL SOMERVILLE, Mass. -- Christopher Montgomery wants to be the Linus Torvalds of music, the creator of a piece of free software that has the sweeping impact of Mr. Torvalds's Linux operating system. He soon may begin finding