[R] Minimum-chi-square estimation

Spencer Graves spencer.graves at pdf.com
Sun Jul 31 02:53:46 CEST 2005

	  I just got 11 hits with RSiteSearch("minimum chi-square");  none of 
them seemed relevant.

	  If you still have time and interest for this, why don't you tell us 
about the problem you are trying to solve and why you think minimum 
chi-square is appropriate?  You should be able to write a simple 
function to compute your favorite chi-square and then feed that to 
"optim" to get what you want.  After you try something and get stuck 
please submit another question.  But first, PLEASE do read the posting 
guide! "http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html", including the part 
about including a small, self-contained example that someone can copy 
from your email into R and try a few things before replying.  It can 
help you find more things yourself AND increase the chances of getting 
useful reponses to posts.

	  spencer graves

Dragos Ilie wrote:
> Is there any R package that does point estimation by using the
> minimum-chi-square method?
> Regards,
> Dragos
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