Displaying 20 results from an estimated 106 matches similar to: "quantreg::rq.fit.hogg crashing at random"

2004 Jul 19

3

why won''t rq draw lines?

I''ve been trying to draw quantile linear regression lines across a scatterplot of my data using
attach(forrq)
plot(PREGNANT,DAY8,xlab="pregnant EPDS",ylab="postnatal EPDS",cex=.5)
taus <- c(.05,.1,.25,.75,.9,.95)
xx <- seq(min(PREGNANT),max(PREGNANT),100)
for(tau in taus){
f <- coef(rq(DAY8~PREGNANT,tau=tau))
yy

2018 Feb 23

0

Quantile regression with some parameters fixed across tau..

Hi,
I would like to fit the following model with quantile regression:
y ~ alpha + beta
where both alpha and beta are factors. The conceptual model I have in my
head is that alpha is a constant set of values, that should be independent
of the quantile, tau and that all of the variability arises due to beta. If
I just fit the model using the quantreg package like so:
mdl <- rq( y ~ alpha

2006 Jun 19

0

Problems loading Rails-generated pages in Flash using IE?

Hey all,
I''ve got a weird problem that I''m having trouble resolving. Basically I
seem to be having an issue loading Rails-generated content into a Flash
movie if I run the movie with IE.
This problem isn''t happening in Firefox, or any other browser I can see,
and, surprisingly, it isn''t happening in IE 7 Beta 2, either. We''re
using Flash player 8.

2001 Aug 28

26

df not showing ext3 partition

Is there an updated version of the fileutils df that will show mounted
ext3 partitions? I''m using fileutils-4.1.
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2008 May 23

1

Evaluation "conflict" in combination of replicate() and rexp()as variable inside a function

Dear userRs,
"playing around" with combinations of replicate() and random number
generating functions inside a self-defined "wrapper" function I encounterd
a puzzling behaviour.
The following are intentionally simple (and rather nonsense-) examples to
isolate the relevant aspects. Please, note the seemingly "inconsistent"
behaviour for the second call of

2011 Oct 06

2

apply and functions with many arguments

Dear all,
I would like to use the following function
fitdist(data, distr, method=c("mle", "mme", "qme", "mge"),
start=NULL, fix.arg=NULL, ...)
for many different distr values like distr=c("norm","lnorm","pois") (just a small example)
and take back into a list the parameter name which is what is inside distr plus what the

2017 Aug 27

1

Fwd: Find maxima of a function

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: niharika singhal <niharikasinghal1990 at gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Aug 27, 2017 at 11:57 AM
Subject: Re: Find maxima of a function
To: "David Winsemius [via R]" <ml+s789695n4745009h56 at n4.nabble.com>,
"Ismail SEZEN [via R]" <ml+s789695n4744993h60 at n4.nabble.com>, Ulrik Stervbo
<ulrik.stervbo at gmail.com>

2011 Sep 21

2

problem with function "Truncate" in package "distr"

Hello all,
Can someone tell me why the following mixture of two log-normal
distributions does not get truncated? What puzzles me is that the
function works almost always, but for certain combinations (like the
one below), it does not.
# R code example
library(distr)
mix<-UnivarMixingDistribution(Lnorm(3.2,0.5),Lnorm(5.4,0.6),mixCoeff=c(0.3,0.7))

2018 Jan 29

1

Replacing a third data node with an arbiter one

On 01/29/2018 08:56 PM, Hoggins! wrote:
> Thank you, for that, however I have a problem.
>
> Le 26/01/2018 ? 02:35, Ravishankar N a ?crit?:
>> Yes, you would need to reduce it to replica 2 and then convert it to
>> arbiter.
>> 1. Ensure there are no pending heals, i.e. heal info shows zero entries.
>> 2. gluster volume remove-brick thedude replica 2

2017 Aug 27

1

Fwd: Find maxima of a function

Dear Niharika,
As I said before, the problem is basically an optimization issue. You should isolate the problematic part from the rest of your study. Sometimes, more information does not help to solution. All the answers from us (Ulrik, David, me) are more or less are correct to find a maximum point. Newton?s method is also correct. But after answers, you only say, it didn?t find the right

2017 Nov 22

2

function pointers?

We have a project that calls for the creation of a list of many
distribution objects. Distributions can be of various types, with
various parameters, but we ran into some problems. I started testing
on a simple list of rnorm-based objects.
I was a little surprised at the RAM storage requirements, here's an example:
N <- 10000
closureList <- vector("list", N)
nsize = sample(x

2001 Sep 06

9

Changing root journal data mode

Hi,
I''m running 2.4.9-ac7 with ext3 compiled in, and I ran across this problem.
Now that I look back, it makes sence, but it wasn''t obvious at first...
I wanted to change the journal mode on my / partition, so I changed my fstab
to:
/dev/hda1 / ext3 defaults,errors=remount-ro,data=journal 0 1
as well as several other partitions, and rebooted.
After rebooting

2011 Nov 14

0

Samba, RDP

Hello, please immediately Sorry, I do not know the English translation made by google. Encountered the following problem in the Samba.
There is a server that is spinning Samba, there are three general spheres, and each user has a curve ball that is visible only to him, they are connected through this configuration include:
[global]
workgroup = WORKGROUP
server string = FS
encrypt passwords = yes

2017 Aug 27

1

Fwd: Find maxima of a function

I have not followed the history of this thread, but I am quite flummoxed as to why the OP is rewriting code to estimate parameters from an univariate Gaussian mixture model when alternatives such as EMCluster (which generally appears to handle initialization better than MClust) exist. Or perhaps there is more to it in which case I apologize. But I thought that I would make the OP aware of the

2017 Aug 26

1

Find maxima of a function

> On 26 Aug 2017, at 16:39, niharika singhal <niharikasinghal1990 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Thanks for your mail, and time
>
> It is not working for some arguments, when mean value is like >6.
>
>
> case
>
> mc0 <- c(0.08844446,0.1744455,0.1379778,0.1209769,0.1573065,0.
> 1134463,0.2074027)
>
> rv

2009 Feb 12

0

Problem at Lingvo 12 installation

Hello all, at an installation of ABYYY Lingvo 12 programm with Wine 1.1.13 the
one generated the follows:
Code:
err:msi:ACTION_InstallFiles Failed to copy
L"Z:\\media\\Portable_hd\\Soft\\Distr\\LINGVO_12\\ABBYY Lingvo
12\\Dic\\RELIGI~1.LSD" to L"C:\\Program Files\\ABBYY Lingvo
12\\Dic\\ReligionRuEn.lsd" (5) err:msi:ITERATE_Actions Execution halted,
action

2006 Apr 26

2

cdf of weibull distribution

Hi,
I have a data set which is assumed to follow weibull distr''. How can I find of cdf for this data. For example, for normal data I used (package - lmomco)
>cdfnor(15,parnor(lmom.ub(c(df$V1))))
Also, lmomco package does not have functions for finding cdf for some of the distributions like lognormal. Is there any other package, which can handle these distributions?

2005 Feb 24

1

Density of the Multivariate T Distribution

Hi,
I am looking for an efficient way to compute the
values of the density function of a multivariate T
distribution - something like "dmvnorm", but for T
distr. Does this exist somewhere?
Many thanks,
Jan Bulla
Goettingen University

2004 Mar 18

0

Print from windows to linux cups server fails using smb

Cups admin manual says it is just to have smb.conf to include
printing = cups
printcap name = cups
I have tried to get a print out from a windows client to the linux
hosted server for weeks now...
Printer: Lexmark-z53 on usb
Linux distr: Suse 9.0
Kernel: 2.4.21-166
Samba: 2.2.8a-139
Cups: 1.1.19-85
Windows XP client.
cups error_log never gets the print command.
Cups works fine when printing

2001 Sep 03

3

ext3 and df don''t agree ?

I''ve taken my RH7.1 system, rebuild kernel (2.4.9 with ext3 patches) and
followed the ext3 instructions to install.
Everything seems to work OK but -
df -k
doesn''t list the ext3 partition (my root partition).
Is this a known problem ?
If not, how best can I gather diagnostics to identify the source of the
problem ?
Thanks
--
Philip Nelson
(teamdba@bojnice.com)