[R] Memory-problem?

Ko-Kang Kevin Wang kwan022 at stat.auckland.ac.nz
Mon Aug 11 13:00:03 CEST 2003

On Mon, 11 Aug 2003, "Unternährer Thomas, uth" wrote:

> test.window <- function(stat, some arguments){
>   several ifs and ifs in ifs (if(){...if(){...}})
> }
> ...
> for (ii in 1 : length(data)){  ## data is a vector of length 2500
>    stat <- test.window( some arguments )  
>      ## there are 15 arguments including a "big" list (stat), vectors and scalars
>    plot.points(stat, some other arguments)
> }
> If I use the functions test.window and plot.points with the arguments (test.window(stat,...)) 
> the for-loop stops at point ii = 1200 with an error message (error: Object stat not found). 
> In every loop the object stat is used. This error could not be the real problem I think.

I don't think it is a memory problem.  From your error message, the object 
stat cannot be found.  Have you initialised stat before the loop?



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