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1998 Jan 06
R-beta: Dec alpha
...hat the glm command crashes R. R-0.60.1 configures builds and runs until a cis entered. I think the problem is the floating point conventions but before I get in over my head a question Has anyone used glm successfully on Alphas OSF1 V4.0 386? Thanks G.Janacek e-mail G.Janacek at School of Mathematics tel 44-(0)1603-592577 UEA, Norwich NR4 7TJ,UK fax: 44-(0)1603-259515 -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list -- Read
1998 Mar 02
R-beta: "out of virtual memory"
...uot;(structure("", .Names = "RHOME"), "RHOME") : nothing to replace with xmalloc: out of virtual memory OR Fatal error: couldn't allocate memory for vector heap Similar results for -n can be obtained. Can anyone help? Mark. Stats Postgrad mailto:M.J.Ray at UEA Norwich UK mailto:markj at Replies by email to the UEA address, please... -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list -- R...
2000 Dec 05
R or Splus?
It's been suggested I use R, I suppose because my employer is too skint to pay for a copy of Splus. But.... it doesn't seem to be stable. I was trying to do some ordinary regression and stepping through a model. I was trying to set up a model ('kitchen_sink') in which to put all my model parameters. Then I wanted to use step() to see what it would reduce the model to. I
2000 Dec 06
Re: R or Splus
...ething with an object named 'x', and the reply came back that it wasn't possible -- there was a bug that prevented one calling an object x and using the desired function. Was the function glm, perhaps? I've overwritten that message, now, so can't quote directly. G.Janacek at said: > UEA runs both R and Splus. The Splus license in on the Unix boxes. >The version of R os I am told a buggy one and the current one is >better. I think this explains a lot about my situation. It's version 0.90.1 of R on DEC alphas I've been trying to use. And I w...
1998 Mar 20
R-beta: glm
...inear model. It seems natural to restrict the Gamma family to do this ( and as one might in GLIM) by specifying the scale. This does not seem possible in R . Have I missed something? Sorry to raise such a trivial point but I am keen to specify the scale G.Janacek e-mail G.Janacek at School of Mathematics tel 44-(0)1603-592577 UEA, Norwich NR4 7TJ,UK fax: 44-(0)1603-259515 -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list -- Read
2011 May 09
Time Series
...Nicole ________________________ Nicole Gross-Camp, PhD Senior Research Associate University of East Anglia Norwich Rwanda: +250 (0)783647398 Skype: nicolegross-camp Based in Rwanda from September 2010 through July 2011: BP 512 Butare Rwanda personal website: project website: [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2008 May 04
best approach to managing workers and getting status
Hi, I am using backgroundrb to process audio files from a rails controller. Currently a new worker gets created every time the method is called on the worker, using this code: @job_key = MiddleMan.new_worker(:worker => :audio_file_worker, :job_key => MiddleMan.worker(:audio_file_worker, @job_key).make_new_audio_file(params[:release_id]) I need to create the new
1998 Jan 09
R-beta: R and Windows 3.11 a server. rapril (the 3.11?) version will run but the graphics vanish once the graphics window is activated. Any suggstions? I did try mounting it on a DEC Alpha but getting a version to run glm is beyond me. I would appreciate any suggestions Jan G.Janacek e-mail G.Janacek at School of Mathematics tel 44-(0)1603-592577 UEA, Norwich NR4 7TJ,UK fax: 44-(0)1603-259515 -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list -- Read
2000 Feb 10
compiling R on alpha 4.0E
...; make: *** [test-All] Error 2 what do I need to do to overcome this ? Julie ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Dr Julie Harold, ITCS, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ phone 592385 email j.harold at -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list -- Read Send "info", "help", or &qu...
2009 Oct 15
CentOS 5.4 and BitTorrent
...leased, about 95% was made available by BitTorrent before the official release date, so that the entire file would be available as soon as possible after the release. Could the same be done this time? -- Yves Bellefeuille <yan at> "Yves Bellefeuille: Eterna malvenkanto en UEA" -- Heroldo Komunikas, n-ro 389
2009 Dec 19
Donation programme
...g to make a cash dontation to the CentOS Project, please check back here after August 15th, 2009." I assume that donations aren't refused, but is there a suggested amount, as there used to be? -- Yves Bellefeuille <yan at> "Yves Bellefeuille: Eterna malvenkanto en UEA" -- Heroldo Komunikas, n-ro 389
2013 Feb 04
Subscript out of Bounds Lapply the same point - something is up with this function. I can't figure out, as far as I can tell my indexing in the lapply line is correct, both for operating on every element of the list "Matrix, and going down the rows of the matrix storing the two "values". Thanks, Ben W. UEA (ENV) The Sainsbury Laboratory [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2002 Mar 21
Wilks Lamba
Hi all, I can't figure out how to compute Wilks Lambda in a one way repeated measure design. My matrix looks like: > t2.m Blank ECR ENC UEA UED 1 -0.15 0.14 0.16 0.09 0.14 2 0.30 0.08 0.14 0.14 0.14 [...] where each row is a case and the columns are levels of one factor (named trial): > <- manova(t2.m ~ 1) > summary(, intercept=T, test="Wilks") Df Wilks approx F num Df den Df P...
2010 Jun 16
mgcv, testing gamm vs lme, which degrees of freedom?
Dear all, I am using the "mgcv" package by Simon Wood to estimate an additive mixed model in which I assume normal distribution for the residuals. I would like to test this model vs a standard parametric mixed model, such as the ones which are possible to estimate with "lme". Since the smoothing splines can be written as random effects, is it correct to use an (approximate)
1999 Feb 11
Installing on DEC 4.0b Alpha Server 2100A
Greetings, I am trying to install R (0.63.2) on a Digital Unix 4.0b Alpha Server 2100A using gcc 2.8.1 and f77 v It seems to compile OK. However, when I try to run R I get the following message: R : Copyright 1999, The R Development Core Team Version 0.63.2 (January 12, 1999) R is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You are welcome to redistribute it under
2000 Nov 03
Macs and R So the obvious question, do I move to MacLinux or is there likely to be a Mac R in the near (<18 months) future? I do think you might offer some idea of any possible Mac developments or at least say they will not be any! GJ -- G.Janacek Dean e-mail: G.Janacek at School of Mathematics tel: 44-(0)1603-592849 UEA, Norwich NR4 7TJ,UK fax: 44-(0)1603-593868 -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list -- Read
2011 Jul 06
elegant way of removing NA's and selecting specific values from a data.frame
I have a data.frame "e" and would like to extract the 23rd column, remove any NA's and then remove any values >= 30. I can do it in steps such as this but have failed to figure out how to do it in a single line .... any suggestions? first <- e[,23] second <- first[!] third <- second[second<=30] thanks a bunch J -- Dr. Jim Maas University of East
1999 Jan 28
time series analysis
Hello out there, in their "R Complements" to Modern Applied Statistics W. Venables and B. Ripley say that there is a lack of time series related functions in R compared to S plus. Looking at CRAN I didn't find much, too. As I have to learn something about +-basic ts analysis, e.g. spectral analysis, I would like to know whether somebody has developed a "unpublished" time
2010 Sep 17
removing specific rows from array
I'm attempting to create an array of treatment comparisons for modelling data generation. This involves comparison of one treatment (c2) with another (c3), relative to a common comparator (c1). Attached code gives me the correct array but need to remove duplicates. Duplicates relate only to c2 and c3 such that I need to remove r3 because c2 and c3 are same as r1 with c2 and c3 swapped r5
2000 Dec 31
R as a daemon?
I have a GNU/Linux / Unix application in which I'd like to have an R process running in a persistant state, while receiving instructions (and data) from another process, and returning results to this process. My initial thoughts are to set something up with named pipes or such, but I believe that the R process will terminate when it reads EOF (^D) from the input pipe. The client