[R] Is this a bug of pweibull()? (Follow up)
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Sun May 12 11:44:17 CEST 2002
On Sun, 12 May 2002, Lu Chi-Hsien Joseph wrote:
> Please allow me to add just a little more about this:
> nothing wrong with pweibull(), namely, the two cases I reported:
> pweibull(3:10, 2) and pweibull(3:10, 2.1),
> in rw1041 and earlier version.
> I wonder this might just due to the change from rw1041 to rw1050,
> however, I can't find anything relevant (seems to me) in the News
> or Readme.
It's there in NEWS: search for pweibull:
o New function expm1() both in R and in C API, for accurate exp(x)-1;
precision improvement in pexp() and pweibull() in some cases.
I have posted at least twice (and copied to you) that the bug is the
the C code for expm1 used on Windows, new in rw1050. It's fixed in
Let's not flog this dead horse.
> Thanks Sundar for the suggestion of using 1 - pweibull(..., lower.tail=TRUE),
> but I think I rather stay with rw1041 and wait for correction comming since
> it would be a not-so-worth effort for me to modify many functions I wrote
> at this moment.
There will be no correction until rw1051 unless you build R-patched
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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