(PR#1964) The attached function working fine with R 1.3.0 but
giving problem with R 1.5.1 (PR#1964)
Fri, 30 Aug 2002 10:54:08 +0100 (BST)
1) That is not where you said the error was.
2) iris is a data frame with five columns, one a factor, and that example
should not have worked in 1.3.0 (and I doubt it did).
Please do read the section on BUGS in the FAQ.
On Fri, 30 Aug 2002, Kaushik Bhattacharyya wrote:
> Yes. It passed the "make check". The problem is coming in Tru64 Unix also.
> Here is the error message.
> For example:
> > clusproj(newiris,rep(1,4))
> Error in X %*% a : requires numeric matrix/vector arguments
> Here newiris is the iris dataset.
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> Subject: RE: (PR#1964) The attached function working fine with R 1.3.0 but giving problem with R 1.5.1 (PR#1964)
> And the error message is?
> Since you mention this is Solaris, did the the installation pass `make check'? There is a known problem with current gcc compilers on Solaris generating incorrect code.
> On Fri, 30 Aug 2002, Kaushik Bhattacharyya wrote:
> > The division part of the following code is not executing -
> > (seq(n-1)*mean(XS)-cumsum(XS[seq(n-1)]))*diff(XS)/((n-1)*var(XS))
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