[R] summary nls output

Andrew Robinson A.Robinson at ms.unimelb.edu.au
Sun Sep 25 13:16:37 CEST 2005

This is because R only permits one object to be output.  If you weould
like two objects, you might try something like

list(fm1 = summary(fm1), fm2 = summary(fm2))

Good luck,


On Sun, Sep 25, 2005 at 06:49:26PM +0800, Chun-Ying Lee wrote:
> Dear R user:
>     I bulid a package, and in the package I use the function "nls"
> to solve some questions. If I have two sets of data, and I want to 
> summary these two data's nls output, I write the command in the 
> package source code like:
> {
> ..........
> summary(fm1)
> summary(fm2)
> }
> then i compiler the package and use "Install package(s) from 
> local zip files" to install my package.
> But when I run the package, it just show the summary(fm2), the
> part of summary(fm1) miss, why is it so?
> Any suggestions would be most helpful! Thanks!!

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