[R] integration in R-1.3.0
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Fri Jun 29 17:59:01 CEST 2001
On Fri, 29 Jun 2001, Ben Bolker wrote:
> I've noticed that integrate() has been rolled into the base library now,
NO! A more complete GPL-ed integrate() function has been written from
scratch and put in base. See NEWS:
o New function integrate() with S-compatible call.
> and that the integrate library has been moved to the archives. I've got a
> problem ... I've been using adapt() (multi-dimensional adaptive
> quadrature), which is not in the base package, and the integrate package
> insists that it depends on R 1.2.3 (and doesn't install on my system under
> 1.3.0) and won't install. I'll look for ways of forcing it to install
> anyway, but does anyone have any hints in the meanwhile?
Use the adapt package on CRAN if you want adapt(). It works ....
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