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2010 Aug 03
1
Metafor
This is a question of clarification. IN 2009 Higgins, Thompson and Spiegelhalter (J R Statist Soc A 172:137-159) gave WinBUGs code to get credible intervals from random effects meta analysis for the prediction interval of a new study. It appears that the predict.rma function creates approximate credible intervals (pending a function revision by the author) for that purpose. Is my assumption correct? Nathan -- Nathan Pace, MD, MStat Departm...
2009 Mar 16
0
the effect of blocking on the size of confidence intervals - analysis using lme and lmer
...s its possible to use lme without a random term, or alternatively with a trivial random term? - Is the overall approach: use of blocking factors to reduce the residual varaince, and hence to decrease the width of the confidence intervals valid? Using lmer, alternatively to the calculation of CIs, credible intervals can be calculated: > m1.sample = mcmcsamp( m1.lmer, n =10000 ) > m1.ci = apply( m1.sample, 2, function(x)quantile(x, prob=c(.025,0.975))) > m1.ci[,"methodFTREES"] 2.5% 97.5% 0.2405115 0.4424920 ... > m2.ci[,"methodFTREES"] 2.5% 97.5% 0.2...
2005 Aug 12
2
Concerning reading of SAS-files
Hi! I''m trying to start a credibility estimation study with a coule of data sets that are created for SAS. The data sets are saved as ".sas7bndx" and ".sas7bdat". I''ve tried reading them to R with the function ''read.xport'' but this returns the error message ''Error in lookup.xport(file) : unable to open file''. Are there
2007 Dec 07
2
Sendmail: timeout waiting for input from local during Draining Input
...'d as of Tuesday). This was a full-pave install, although we did copy the sendmail.mc from the original system. Now I get a lot of this in my logs: Dec 7 11:47:38 mail sendmail[20117]: lB7Gl6w0020116: timeout waiting for input from local during Draining Input The only thing even remotely credible is a Sendmail Known Bugs page which suggests it is a chatty local delivery agent, but since this is happening with outbound messages I don''t think I believe this. Does anyone have any ideas what Sendmail is trying to tell me here? -- /\oo/\ / /()\ \ David Mackintosh |...
2009 Jan 26
1
[OT] Anyone on-list using a Barracuda Spam Firewall?
Normally I don''t like posting on this list for off-topic info, but I need to know "un-biased" opinions regarding Barracuda''s Spam Firewall as we''re looking to get one soon where I work and I want to know any pros/cons before I stake my credibility on it for our spam fighting. If you''ve had good or bad experiences with one of these devices, please
2011 Apr 24
2
random roundoff?
...quot; << endl; mat3 = matmult(mat1,mat2); I get a difference of the order 1.0e-15 depending on whether the cerr line does or does not end in "endl" as shown. I am imagining that there is some "randomness" in the roundoff that depends on the I/O situation. Is this credible? Any other suggestions? Thanks for your help, Mike.
2005 Oct 26
1
R-help Digest, Vol 32, Issue 26
...AM -0500 wrote: Ronaldo, Try Harold''s suggestion. The df still won''t agree, because lmer (at least in its current version) just puts an upper bound on the df. But that should be OK, because all those t tests are approximations anyways, and you can get better confidence intervals (credible intervals, whatever) by using the mcmcsamp() function that works with lmer() alan > "Doran, Harold" <HDoran at air.org> responded: > > >>There is an issue with implicit nesting in lmer. In your lme() model you nest >>block/irrigation/density/fertili...
2008 Jul 22
1
Looking for a more robust Click to Dial/Web Dial solution than AsteriDex (potential for a bounty!)
...allerID gets set when the outbound call to the client is made. I have control over the CallerID that gets sent to the Telco. Please advise, and if someone is looking for a few extra bucks, let me know how much you will charge to develop something like this. I can provide a deposit if you are credible. Thanks in advance!
2009 Mar 10
2
NUT and Ablerex MARS 3000RT
...he battery is disconnected for replacement. 2. Battery voltage 2.29 is also static ...and wrong. The initial assumption of being the voltage per unit seems wrong : the ups uses 8 x 12V batteries. 8*12 = 96V , same as battery.voltage.nominal: which is correct. The initial poster seems to have more credible results at least regarding the battery.charge: variable, however in my case the value is wrong. System params : #upsc Ablerex2 battery.charge: 100.0 battery.voltage: 2.29 battery.voltage.nominal: 96.0 driver.name: megatec driver.parameter.pollinterval: 2 driver.parameter.port: /dev/ttyUSB...
2013 Jan 29
7
Seriously, am I the only one having trouble with the RHEL puppetlabs repos?
This is the third time I''ve sent a message about this. Does anybody know what''s going on? I''m going to file a bug if this isn''t fixed soon. RHEL6: http://yum.puppetlabs.com/el/6/products/x86_64/repodata/primary.sqlite.bz2: [Errno -1] Metadata file does not match checksum Trying other mirror. Error: failure:
2011 Dec 10
4
Overlaying density plot on forest plot
Dear R User, Please, I am new to R. I want to overlay density plot for predictive interval pooled result in meta-analysis. http://addictedtor.free.fr/graphiques/graphcode.php?graph=114 Regards Frank Peter
2009 Apr 28
26
Updated How to Setup a Software RAID on CentOS 5
I have attempted to address all comments: http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/SoftwareRAIDonCentOS5 Give me your best shot! :-D Phil
2010 Mar 17
0
waveband
Dear all, The package waveband, for computing wavelet shrinkage credible intervals, has been uploaded to CRAN. This was previously bundled with wavethresh, but has now been unbundled. Best wishes, Guy Nason -- Professor Guy Nason Head of Department Department of Mathematics University of Bristol http://www.stats.bri...
1998 Jun 18
2
R-beta: glm bug
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2010 Mar 17
0
waveband
Dear all, The package waveband, for computing wavelet shrinkage credible intervals, has been uploaded to CRAN. This was previously bundled with wavethresh, but has now been unbundled. Best wishes, Guy Nason -- Professor Guy Nason Head of Department Department of Mathematics University of Bristol http://www.stats.bri...
2011 Jul 29
1
wilcoxon signed test
hello, i''m searching the r-coding to plot wilcoxon signed test. i already searched everywhere for a month, but i didn''t found it. Could anyone help me, please. [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2011 Apr 26
1
Connection to rsyncd over ssh tunnel seems to choke up (v2.6.9 Ubuntu)
...s ssh tunnel process (from a "failed" attempt) running and (2) then simply punching out the rsync command less the -e part?!? It seems (to my untrained eye) that there is a race condition between setting up the ssh tunnel and rsync client trying to tap rsyncd on tcp/873. Is this a credible possibility or alternatively have I missed something fundamental from the rsync command? Cheers, Frank. -- Please use reply-all for most replies to avoid omitting the mailing list. To unsubscribe or change options: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/rsync Before posting...
2012 Jan 29
1
r-help; weibull distribution
 Please, Help me, How do I generate data from the weibull distribution if the data contain both failure and interval censored, For example, I want to generate n=100, shape=2 and scale =4 with 30% interval censored.  What about right censoring Thank you  [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2009 Dec 17
0
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2007 Jan 26
1
Microsoft makes hard call for input
hi all, you might be interested in this article. cheers, joe A Sydney software engineer has been embroiled in a controversy in which Microsoft stands accused of trying to use him as a paid proxy to finesse entries on the Wikipedia site. Doug Mahugh, Microsoft "technical evangelist", emailed the engineer, Rick Jelliffe, on Monday, hoping to use Mr Jelliffe''s