[R] help with adapt function
Faheem Mitha
faheem at email.unc.edu
Sun Jul 14 02:29:42 CEST 2002
Dear People,
I'm trying to use the function adapt, from the adapt library package,
which does multidimensional numerical integration. I think I must be using
the wrong syntax or something, because even a simple example does not
work. Consider
foo <- function(x){x[1]*x[2]}
and
adapt(2, lo = c(-1,-1), up = c(1,1), functn = foo)
This simply hangs. A more complicated example crashes R, but never
mind that for the moment. Perhaps some kind person could explain what
I am doing wrong here?
The help page says
"functn an R function which should take a single vector argument and
possibly some parameters and return the function value at that
point. functn must return a single numeric value."
which is what I think I am doing here, but I expect I am missing
something as usual.
By the way, the help page does not say this explicitly, but I assume
that the first component in the vectors "lower" and "upper" correspond
respectively to the lower and upper limits of the integral for the
first component of the vector argument in the function, and so on?
Sincerely, Faheem Mitha.
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