[R] Explain Err Msg.

Prof Brian D Ripley ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Tue Jul 30 18:19:54 CEST 2002

I think you are using some spatial statistics package and not telling us.
Why should r and cl13Kest$theo be the same length?  Did you mean

On Tue, 30 Jul 2002, Jason C. Leach wrote:

> hi,
> To plot something I do:
> > cl13ppp<-as.ppp(cl13mx,owin(c(0,maxx), c(0,maxy)))
> > cl13Kest<-Kest(cl13ppp)
> > plot(cl13Kest$r, cl13Kest$border, type="l", xlab="r", xlim=c(0,50), ylab="K(r)", ylim=c(0,7500), main=" K-Function for CL13")
> > lines(r, cl13Kest$theo, lty=2)
> Error in xy.coords(x, y) : x and y lengths differ
> Above where I use owin, I can use 0,100 but when I use the min/max
> of my data (max(myVec), min(myVec) I get the error mentiond above.
> Can anyone explain the err, so I can correct it.

This seems a good opportunity to learn how to debug your R code.

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