[R] standard errors in predict.nls ()

Jeremy.Whish@csiro.au Jeremy.Whish at csiro.au
Tue May 21 06:50:29 CEST 2002

Hi all 

I am using r version 1.5.0 on a windows 2000 OS 

I have been converting an old S+ script I had that uses the nls function, to
r. In S+ I could obtain the standard errors using predict(...,se = T)   In
my documentation for R it says for predict.nls(), "At present `se.fit' and
`interval' are ignored." my questions are 

1. is this still the case  or am I just out of date 
2. is anybody working on these routines, if not could someone advise me on
how to go about writing them.
3. is there an alternative workaround to use in the short term.

any help or advise would be really appreciated
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