[R] Baffled: triggering error message with an sd result in odfWeave?

Tubin sredmonson at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 15 21:55:48 CET 2008

All interesting suggestions.  Let's see...

Running the code on a randomly-generated dataframe or a different "real"
dataset still has the problem.
A  whole new document with only a single line \Sexpr{trainsd} seems to work
just fine.
If, in the actual project document, I use: 

<<test, results=xml,echo=F>>=

to bring in that value, rather than the \Sexpr, it works - I get the
appropriate value with no error message.  Of course the formatting's all

Sarah Goslee wrote:
> Nothing leaps out as obviously wrong to me. It may even be something
> earlier
> in the ODFWeave file that is causing the error. You said the code works at
> the command line, right?
> The next thing I'd do is try to make the smallest possible ODFWeave file
> that has the problem - make a copy, then start deleting bits until it
> works.
> If  possible, try with a different dataframe as well (rename something
> else
> to trainwhateveritwas), or generate a new random dataframe from within
> your ODFWeave document.
> Sarah
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