Displaying 20 results from an estimated 25 matches for "rmutil".

2003 Oct 29

2

Where is rmutil package?

Pursing my earlier question, when I tried loading Lindsey''s gnlm, I got
a
message
Loading required package: rmutil
Warning message:
There is no package called ''rmutil'' in: library(package, character.only
= TRUE, logical = TRUE, warn.conflicts = warn.conflicts,
According to the R documentation
http://finzi.psych.upenn.edu/R/doc/html/packages.html
rmutil is in the...

2017 Aug 24

1

rmutil parameters for Pareto distribution

In https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareto_distribution, it is clear what the
parameters are for the pareto distribution: *xmin *the scale parameter and
*a* the shape parameter.
I am using rmutil to generate random deviates from a pareto distribution.
It says in the documentation that the probabilty density of the pareto
distribution
The Pareto distribution has density
f(y) = s (1 + y/(m (s-1)))^(-s-1)/(m (s-1))
where m is the mean parameter of the distribution and s is the dispe...

1999 Sep 14

2

Problems with compilation of R packages.

Hello
I want to compile some R-packages under windows (rmutil and revent for
instance from Pr Lindsey)
I followed the instrictions given in the help. The compilation succeeded,
but I can't run the programs.
I receive the message: "error in dyn.oad(file): unable to load shared
library "C:\R\Rwo650/library/rmutil"
LoadLibrary failure...

2003 Oct 29

0

rmutil located

Thanks to all who pointed out that rmutil is also on Jim Lindsey''s
site.
Peter

2017 Nov 01

2

beta binomial distribution installation

Hello,
Thank you for your response. I need to install RankTail package since it contains the beta binomial distribution, CDF and inverse CDF in the usual form which I need to use. However rmutil package contain unusual forms for these functions. So it is easier for me to deal with the forms are contained in RankTail.
I tried to install bioconductor package, using the following commands but I still got the following errors:
(1) I tried biocLite() and then library ("TailRank")...

1998 Nov 09

0

my libraries: rmtools to rmutil

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2005 Aug 17

7

power of a matrix

Dear all,
I have a population with three age-classes, at time t=0 the population
is:
n.zero <- c(1,0,0)
I have a transition matrix A which denotes "fertility" and "survival":
A <- matrix(c(0,1,5, 0.3,0,0, 0,0.5,0), ncol=3, byrow=TRUE)
To obtain the population at t=1, I calculate:
A %*% n.zero
To obtain the population t=2, I calculate:
A %*% (A %*% n.zero)
... and so

1999 Jan 22

1

two questions

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2006 Oct 07

1

Installing Lindsey's packages

Dear r-helpers,
I downloaded http://popgen.unimaas.nl/~jlindsey/rcode/rmutil.tar (it
was originally .tgz, but got unzipped by my browser).
Can anyone give me detailed instructions on installing this and
Lindsey''s other packages on R version 2.4.0 (2006-10-03)---(powerpc-
apple-darwin8.7.0, locale: C)?
_____________________________
Professor Michael Kubovy
Un...

2017 Nov 01

1

beta binomial distribution installation

Hi,
I did a quick search for other packages that provide the beta binomial
distribution and found "rmutil".
> install.packages("rmutil")
The package has the CDF (pbetabinom) and inverse CDF (qbetabinom) among
other functions.
HTH,
Eric
On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 7:50 AM, MCGUIRE, Rhydwyn <
rmcgu at doh.health.nsw.gov.au> wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> It looks like you also...

2006 Mar 18

0

How to bootstrap one-sample ks.test?

Hello!
I am testing if my data are distributed under Laplace''s distribution,
which I managed to do with:
> library(rmutil)
> ks.test(jitter(x), "plaplace", mean(x), sd(x))
Nevertheless, I am trying to bootstrap ks.test without any success.
Something is wrong in my commands:
> data = read.table("data.dat",T)
> library(rmutil)
> library(boot)
> ks.laplace = function(d, w)
> ks.tes...

2018 May 19

0

Lower bound and upper bound in maximum likelihood

Dear all,
I need to simulate data which fit to a double poisson time series model
with certain parameters. Then, check whether the estimated parameter close
to the true parameter by using maximum likelihood estimation.
Simulation:
set.seed(10)
library("rmutil")
a0 = 1.5; a1 = 0.4; b1 = 0.3; g1= 0.7 ; n=100
#a0, a1 and b1 are parameter where n is size.
nu = h = rep(0, n)
h[1] = a0/(1-a1-b1)
nu[1] = rdoublepois(1,h[1],g1)
for (i in 2:n) {
h[i] = a0 + a1 * nu[i-1] + b1 * h[i-1]
nu[i] = rdoublepois(1,h[i],g1)...

1999 Sep 02

1

unresolved symbols in growth and repeated libraries

...blem in earlier
releases as well. I have a RedHat 6.0 Linux on i386 and use egcs
(upgraded to that distributed with rawhide, after first failures with
the libraries):
egcs-g77-1.1.2-19
egcs-1.1.2-19
Installation of the libraries works but on loading
> library(repeated)
Loading required package: rmutil
Error in dyn.load(file) : unable to load shared library "/usr/local/lib/R/library/repeated/libs/repeated.so":
/usr/local/lib/R/library/repeated/libs/repeated.so: undefined symbol: do_lio
> library(growth)
Error in dyn.l...

2009 Dec 11

4

Regularized gamma function/ incomplete gamma function

...a function that would evaluate the derivative of the inverse..
Alternatively, a good numerical integration package/ or simply a function that could evaluate the integral int_0^r (log(x) x^(k-1) e^(-x))dx; 0<r<Inf
would be useful. I tried the function "int" of the package "rmutil" but I''m not sure wether it is accurate especially for small values of k. Does R have a powerful numerical integration package that can deal with such functions especially when the limit close to zero in + or - Inf?
Many thanks for this opportunity to post our queries,
Amy
____...

2006 Jan 27

3

How do I "normalise" a power spectral density analysis?

Hi everyone
Can anyone tell me how I normalise a power spectral density (PSD) plot of a
periodical time-series. At present I get the graphical output of spectrum VS
frequency.
What I want to acheive is period VS spectrum? Are these the same things but the
x-axis scale needs transformed ?
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Tom

2017 Nov 01

1

beta binomial distribution installation

Hi there,
It looks like you also need the bioconductor package biobase, I found instructions for downloading that package here: www.bioconductor.org/install
Good luck.
Cheers,
Rhydwyn
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Subject: [R] beta

2004 Oct 19

11

matrix of eigenvalues

I thought that the function
eigen(A)
will return a matrix with eigenvectors that are independent of each
other (thus forming a base and the matrix being invertible). This
seems not to be the case in the following example
A=matrix(c(1,2,0,1),nrow=2,byrow=T)
eigen(A) ->ev
solve(ev$vectors)
note that I try to get the upper triangular form with eigenvalues on
the diagonal and (possibly) 1 just

1999 Nov 09

0

Re: numerical integration {better than integrate(.)} ?

...> It stops with error/warning many times when I try to use it.
> Also, it does not allow indefinite integrals (eg. from 0 to infty)
>
> - MASS package has "area" which is there ``mainly for illustrative purposes''
>
> - Jim Lindsey's non-CRAN "rmutil" package has `int()' which looks great,
> judged from the help (int.Rd), allowing to choose between Romberg and
> TOMS 614 methods, allowing for indefinite integrals and singularities at
> the end point(s).
> On the other hand, the C code seems somewhat complicated, a...

2000 Feb 29

0

se.contrasts.

...that I did the ANOVA for a
single variable. I infact measured 13 variables and wanted do
originally try a repeated measures MANOVA, but did not know how to do
this. Any suggestions here would also be grateful. Cons and Pros of
univariate and multivariate approach.
I have looked at the growth and rmutil, which the author J Lindsey
suggested could be used, but as I had no experience using them, again I
did not know what to do. Has anyone tried this approach?
Thanks
Peter
-----------------------------
Peter Ho
Escola Superior de Biotecnologia
Universidade Cat?lica Portuguesa
Rua Dr. Ant?nio Ber...

2005 Sep 05

3

numerical intergation

how does one numerically intergate the following:
A=function(x,y)
{
xy
}
over the range: 2<x<0 4<y<10
say.
ie how would one set up the integrate function?
i forgot!