[R] nlme package
ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Thu Dec 27 11:10:16 CET 2007
AGAIN, please do not crosspost!
Vallejo, Roger wrote:
> In using the NLME package (R 2.6.1 for Windows),
Which version of nlme? nlme is a contributed package that can be updated
independently of R releases.
> I am having a problem in running an R script that used to run with no problems using a Linux OS in 2004. So I am wondering if during these last ~3 yrs we had major changes in the syntax of the NLME package that I am not aware.
For sure you are not aware. And which version of nlme have you used in 2004?
> This is the R script:
Well, out error message is:
Error in apply(exprmat, 1, mouse.anova) : object "exprmat" not found
Guess why ... and re-read the posting guide, please.
> This is the ERROR message:
> Error in lme.formula(vec ~ treat + time + treat * time, random = ~1 | :
> nlminb problem, convergence error code = 1
> message = singular convergence (7)
> I will appreciate your help in pointing mistakes in this R script.
> Thank you very much.
> Roger L. Vallejo, Ph.D.
> Computational Biologist & Geneticist
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> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
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