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2007 Mar 07
8
Writing definitions to support changing defaults
What is the right way to write definition so that defaults can be overriden? $puppetdir = "puppet://$server/files" define remotefile($source, $owner = "root", $group = "root", $mode = 0644, $backup = false, $recurse = false) { file { $name: mode => $mode, owner => $owner, group => $group, backup => $backup,
2017 Feb 20
1
v2.2.28 release candidate released
On 20.02.2017 12:47, Toni Mattila wrote: >> imap: When BINARY FETCH sees invalid content, return NO [PARSE] reply >> instead of [UNKNOWNCTE] (which is now used only for actually unknown >> Content-Transfer-Encoding headers). > > Has this been tested with Roundcube webmail? I know Roundcube has some > workarounds when dovecot now responds with that
1997 Aug 21
1
hosts allow - problem
Hello, I have red the E-mail from Christophe Dumont from 17 Mar 1997We have a similar problem. In our smb.conf we have the entries: [global] hosts allow = 193.174.234., 192.124.248., 193.174.235., 141.35.191.122 workgroup = IMBNET printing = SYSV printcap name = /etc/printcap load printers = yes passwd program = /usr/bin/yppasswd share modes = yes
2004 Mar 03
1
partial autocorrelation for Rt vs. Nt-1, ......., Nt-h
Dear list, following a previous querry we are still stuck! As pointed out by Erin Hodges the "ts" library includes a PACF function which reports the partial correlation of population density at time t against lagged population density. However, what we are trying to calculate is the partial correlation between rate of population change, Rt=log Nt/Nt-1, against lagged population
2008 Oct 28
2
Fitting weibull and exponential distributions to left censoring data
Dear R-users I have some datasets, all left-censoring, and I would like to fit distributions to (weibull,exponential, etc..). I read one solution using the function survreg in the survival package. i.e survreg(Surv(...)~1, dist="weibull") but it returns only the scale parameter. Does anyone know how to successfully fit the exponential, weibull etc... distributions to left-censoring
2018 Oct 31
2
Would RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora Remain Open Source/Free Software After IBM Buys Red Hat for $34 Billion?
If I heard/remember correctly, AT&T's UNIX was proprietary but they released it to academic institutions under NDA and were lax in enforcement. We all know what happened. In this case it's obviously open source, we know what will happen if someone tries something. My main concern is future development, will it remain open source. My real fear is that a certain un-named company
2010 Mar 19
0
mboost: Interpreting coefficients from glmboost if center=TRUE
Sorry for the tardy reply but I just found your posting incidentally today. To make long things short: You are right about the centering. We forgot to correct the intercept if center = TRUE. We lately found the problem ourself and fixed it in the current version (mboost 2.0-3). However the problem only occurred if you extracted the coefficients. As the intercept is rarely interpretable we
2005 Nov 25
1
Problems compiling R under AIX 4.3
Hi, I have problems compiling R 2.2.0 under AIX 4.3 with GCC and xlf95 (FORTRAN) Compilers. here the error message I got: make[1]: Entering directory `/home/mau/sy/R-2.2.0/src/modules/X11' make[1]: `Makedeps' is up to date. make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/mau/sy/R-2.2.0/src/modules/X11' make[1]: Entering directory
2002 Apr 10
1
New Package: ipred - Improved predictors
The package ipred is uploaded to CRAN. The main focus of the package is the calculation of improved predictors in classification tasks. Misclassification error can be improved by bootstrap aggregated classification trees and/or the framework of indirect classification. Furthermore, a unified interface for the estimation of misclassification error completes the features of ipred. We try to
2002 Apr 10
1
New Package: ipred - Improved predictors
The package ipred is uploaded to CRAN. The main focus of the package is the calculation of improved predictors in classification tasks. Misclassification error can be improved by bootstrap aggregated classification trees and/or the framework of indirect classification. Furthermore, a unified interface for the estimation of misclassification error completes the features of ipred. We try to
2018 Apr 18
1
Problem with regression line
Hi Anne, I would suggest to change the linear model to lm(BloodPressure~Age), as this model makes more sense in biological means (you would assume that age influences pressure, not vice versa) and also obeys the statistical assumption of weak exogeneity, that age can be measured without error, at least compared to error-prone bp measures. Cheers Am 18.04.2018 um 16:07 schrieb Gerrit Eichner:
2005 Sep 20
9
HooDaHek 0.6 Released
HooDaHek 0.6 has been released. So soon, you say? Well, the best laid plans of mice and men... Steven BerkHolz is a pretty sharp stick and said to me, "Why don't you have HooDaHek change the CallerID when it looks up the name in the database on an incoming call?" Much head smacketh ensued, and as I made that change for Steven, I noticed that I had the way wrong version of
1997 Apr 29
0
R-beta: New R package for survival analysis
Dear people at r-announce At "http://www.med.uio.no/imb/stat/addreg/", you can now find the new package addreg (version 1.0). It performs additive hazards regression, which is an alternative (or supplement) to the Cox model. It results in plots that are informative regarding the effect of covariates on survival. I wrote it as a S-plus package, but has made some
1997 Apr 29
0
R-beta: New R package for survival analysis
Dear people at r-announce At "http://www.med.uio.no/imb/stat/addreg/", you can now find the new package addreg (version 1.0). It performs additive hazards regression, which is an alternative (or supplement) to the Cox model. It results in plots that are informative regarding the effect of covariates on survival. I wrote it as a S-plus package, but has made some
2003 May 08
0
multcomp and lme (followup)
I just realized that in the call to `csimint' the argument `asympt=TRUE' is missing since we need to compute the confidence intervals for a glm based on the normal approximation. Torsten --------------------------------------------------------------------- library(multcomp) set.seed(290875) # a factor at three levels group <- factor(c(rep(1,10), rep(2, 10), rep(3,10))) # Williams
2009 Sep 08
1
FTS Plugin design
Hi again! After sometime using my changes on this plugin I found one major problem. When a message have two attachments with same name or one with content-type equal to "message/*", my solr schema design does not work because as attachment unique identifier I used attachment's name what is not correct. Now I am trying to find a way to know the mime part id of the parts
2012 Aug 24
1
Suggestion: Specify default of "pch" in the manual
Both, in the manuals for par() and points() I could not find a note on the default value of "pch". I think it would be rather helpful to add a note that the default is 1 (in both manuals). This would, for example, help users that want to draw a legend. And yes, I know that one can obtain the default by inspecting par() but I think for many users (especially beginneRs) this is not
2017 Dec 20
1
outlining (highlighting) pixels in ggplot2
I apprecaite the guidance Eik, that works great! I'm also wondering if you have any pointers for how I might stretch the color scale so that the max and min values are the same? Right now, the min is -0.064 and the max is something closer to 0.04. As you can see in what I sent, I tried adding: zmax1 = max(abs(m1)) ggplot(..., autoscale = FALSE, zmin = -1 * zmax1, zmax = zmax1) + ... to
2018 Feb 22
1
Calculate LC50
Dear All: good morning I need helps with the calculation of the *LC50* from the data below x<-c(0,0.3,0.7,1,4,10) y<-c(100,86,65,51.3,19.2,7.4) yxreg<-lm(y~x) any help will be highly appreciated. with many thanks abou ______________________ *AbouEl-Makarim Aboueissa, PhD* *Professor of Statistics* *Department of Mathematics and Statistics* *University of Southern Maine*
2001 Jun 13
1
read.table and newline
Hi, yesterday I installed the current R-devel and now I get the following warning message for program codes which made no problems under version R-1.2.3: Example: R> read.table("test.dat") Warning message: incomplete final line in: readLines(con, n, ok) where `test.dat' looks like peters at artemis:~ > cat test.dat 1 2 3peters at artemis:~ > i.e. without a newline