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2008 Jan 10

0

prob package: elementary probability on finite sample spaces

Dear R Community,
I am pleased to announce the beta-release of the prob package. The
source code is now on CRAN, and binaries should be generated there
before long. In the meantime, you can get it with
install.packages("prob", repos = "http://r-forge.r-project.org")
The prob package gives a framework for doing elementary probability on
finite sample spaces in R. The

2008 Jan 10

0

prob package: elementary probability on finite sample spaces

Dear R Community,
I am pleased to announce the beta-release of the prob package. The
source code is now on CRAN, and binaries should be generated there
before long. In the meantime, you can get it with
install.packages("prob", repos = "http://r-forge.r-project.org")
The prob package gives a framework for doing elementary probability on
finite sample spaces in R. The

2007 Jul 11

5

elementary statistics with R (rkward?)

Hi, I am trying to learn some basic statistics stuff but I cannot find any
elementary statistics exercises using R language. Using RKward would be even
better...
I need that in analysing sociological data, obtained through questionnairres -
findind corelations between variables, relations between different types of
data, etc.
Could anyone recommend simple tutorials/exercises, available on www

2010 Aug 28

9

How to define new matrix based on an elementary row operation in a single step?

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2009 Jul 21

1

Elementary Symmetric Polynomials

We are interested in obtaining an efficient function that for a given
vector of length t will output a vector of length t+1 that contains the
associated values of the elementary symmetric polynomials in t
variables. Below is what we have at the moment, but it is a little slow
for our needs. Any suggestions?
Thanks ahead of time for any help you can offer,
Austin H. Jones
Department of

2004 Jun 22

1

RE: summaries (was: SUMMARY: "elementary sapply question")

Ajay,
thank you very much for picking up that age-old habit of
posting summaries.
It existed years ago on s-help and I find it is still a great
thing: I would not have bothered to read your original question
nor the answers you got, but I did read the summary -- and I
learned something quite interesting!
Maybe some others who receive multiple non-elementary answers to their
questions could

2010 Jul 16

0

Elementary question about computing confidence intervals.

I would have thought this to be relatively elementary, but I can't find it
mentioned in any of my stats texts.
Please consider the following:
library(fitdistrplus)
fp = fitdist(y,"exp");
rate = fp$estimate;
sd = fp$sd
fOneWeek = exp(-rate*7); #fraction that happens within a week - y is
measured in days
fr = exp(-rate*dt); #fraction remaining - dt = elapsed time from

2008 Oct 13

0

Version information for S4 classes --- elementary version management

Hi,
we are about to update some class definitions in our distrXXX family
of packages, so I would be eager to know whether there are plans
in R Core to implement some version management tools for
S4 classes as described in section 7.4 in JMC's "Green Book".
In his recent book (continuing the color scheme, is it to be called
the "Yellow Book"? :-), this topic has not been

2004 Jun 21

2

Elementary sapply question

I am discovering sapply! :-) Could you please help me with a very
elementary question?
Here is what I know. The following two programs generate the same answer.
--------------------------------+----------------------------------------
Loops version | sapply version
--------------------------------+----------------------------------------

2010 Nov 05

3

Elementary question - accessing feature codes from cell phone

Hi, please forgive me for this (hopefully) simple question. I cannot seem to
find an answer or solution while searching around.
I want to be able to call in to my server using my cell phone and be able to
set call forwarding for my extension and enter a phone number and also be
able to call in to that extension and disable the call forwarding. I see I
can do this through the ARI web interface

2009 Feb 28

4

possibly a stupid question, why can I not set sharenfs="sec=krb5, rw"?

x86 snv 108
I have a pool with around 5300 file systems called home. I can do:
zfs set sharenfs=on home
however
zfs set sharenfs="sec=krb5,rw" home
complains:
cannot set property for ''home'': ''sharenfs'' cannot be set to invalid options
I feel I must be overlooking something elementary.
Thanks, Alastair
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2003 Feb 13

5

position of an element in a vector

Hello. Sorry for the elementary post. I've looked through the
documentation, but can't seem to find a function which allows one to
extract the position of an element within a list...for example the position
of the element 4 in the vector c(1,2,4,3,6) is 3. Thanks much for any help.
Jason

2003 Aug 19

3

On the Use of the nnet Library

Dear List,
I am trying to solve a problem by the neural network method(library:
nnet). The problem is to express Weight in terms of Age , Sex and Height
for twenty people. The data frame consists of 20 observations with four
variables: Sex, Age, Height and Weight. Sex is treated as a factor, Age
and Weight are variables normalized to unity, as usual. I wanted to
construct a neural network, and so

2004 Jun 22

0

SUMMARY: "elementary sapply question"

I am grateful to Andy Liaw, Douglas Grove, Brian Ripley, Tony Plate,
Dirk Eddelbuettel and Sundar Dorai-Raj all of whom got together and
drilled sense into my skull. I would like to take some effort into
explaining what the question was, that I was grappling with, and the
(nice) R way of solving the question.
My apologies: I am still a victim of too many years of writing C, so
I'm a bit dense

2016 Jul 13

7

RFC: SIMD math-function library

Dear LLVM contributors,
I am Naoki Shibata, an associate professor at Nara Institute of Science
and Technology.
I and Hal Finkel would like to jointly propose to add my vectorized math
library to LLVM.
The library has been available as public domain software for years, I am
going to double-license the library if necessary.
********
Below is a proposal to add my vectorized math library,

2010 Apr 30

1

S4 method execution time

Hello:
I have written some an elementary S4 classes around a matrix to strengthen
control of some key attributes. When I run a fairly elementary function
("f") on the matrix outside the class it runs instantaneously (elapsed
system.time = 0) but when I setMethod "f" on myClass -- returning an
instance of myClass -- it runs perceptibly slower (elapsed system.time =
.06). I

2014 May 27

1

Enlightenment and CentOS 6.5

Good morning,
I've been looking around for binaries for Enlightenment (>= 0.17) for
CentOS 6.5. I've found something called "elementary" from OpenSUSE but
I'm not sure what Elementary really is :) Any suggestions?
Thanks!
Jeff

2004 Aug 06

1

Elementary questions about data structures

Folks,
S_t = (x_t, y_t) is the state of a system at time t. There is an
iterative function which converts S_t into S_{t+1}. I can easily write
this in R like this:
iterate <- function(S) {
list(S$x+1, S$y+1)
}
So this function eats S_t and makes S_{t+1} and I can say
S2 <- iterate(S1)
My question: suppose I want to iterate from 1..10, what is the data
structure

2008 Jan 07

3

Naming list objects

Hi all,
I am trying to name list objects, but am having trouble doing so. At the
moment I have list alninc that has 3 objects and I can refer to them as
alninc[[1]] . . .alninc[[3]]. I would like to refer to them as alninc$F,
alninc$V and alninc$G. How do I do this? This appears to be an elementary
question, but I can't find the solution anywhere.
Thanks
Wade Wall
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2019 Apr 15

2

SUGGESTION: Settings to disable forked processing in R, e.g. parallel::mclapply()

On Mon, 15 Apr 2019 at 08:44, Tomas Kalibera <tomas.kalibera at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On 4/13/19 12:05 PM, I?aki Ucar wrote:
> > On Sat, 13 Apr 2019 at 03:51, Kevin Ushey <kevinushey at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I think it's worth saying that mclapply() works as documented
> > Mostly, yes. But it says nothing about fork's copy-on-write and memory
>