[R] nlme and "Mixed- Effects Models..." in Windows
bates at stat.wisc.edu
Wed May 16 16:38:28 CEST 2001
"Martin Henry H. Stevens" <hstevens at rci.rutgers.edu> writes:
> (windows 98, R 1.2.3, ESS 5.1.18, nlme 3.1 from CRAN)
> Dear R users,
> I am trying to follow Pinheiro and Bates book ("Mixed-Effects Models in S
> and S-PLUS"). I downloaded the nlme package from CRAN, and unzipped all the
> data and help files. Unfortunately, I cannot generate the figures in the
> book. For instance, their appears to be no plot.design or intervals plotting
> Have these and other things not yet been impoemented in R?
The bad news is that the figures from our book cannot yet be
constructed in R. They rely heavily on the trellis graphics functions
The good news is that lattice, the R implementation of the trellis
graphics style, should show up in the src/Devel section on CRAN
"soon". Deepayan Sarkar's <deepayan at stat.wisc.edu> implementation of
lattice is ready to go but it depends on Paul Murrell's grid package
that is still being developed.
Once lattice is available, (most of?) the figures in our book will be
available in R.
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