[R] parse error in GLMM function
bates at stat.wisc.edu
Wed Feb 18 18:04:26 CET 2004
"CENDOYA, Gabriela" <gcendoya at balcarce.inta.gov.ar> writes:
> Douglas Bates write:
> >"CENDOYA, Gabriela" <gcendoya at balcarce.inta.gov.ar> writes:
> >I'm trying to use the function GLMM from lme4 package, (R-1.8.1, Windows
> >> 98),and I get the following error:
> > > pd5 = GLMM(nplant~sitio+
> >> + fert+
> >> + remo+
> >> + sitio:fert+
> >> + remo:sitio+
> >> + remo:fert+
> >> + remo:fert:sitio
> >> + data=datos,
> >> + family=binomial,
> >> + random=~repe:sitio)
> >> Error in parse(file, n, text, prompt) : parse error
> >Could you tell us the version of the lme4 package please?
> lme4 version: 0.4-7
> About the optional data frame I didn't want to sound picky, I just
> mention it because I thought it could be related to the other problem.
> In fact, I am really amazed about how good, complete and clear are the help
> pages in R.
My response about being picky was intended to be a joke. Having the
code fail to agree with the documentation is definitely a bug in
either the code or the documentation, which is why I said "thanks for
pointing this out". Sorry that my reply didn't sound the way that I
had intended it.
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