Yen, Steven T
syen at utk.edu
Mon Nov 28 04:56:44 CET 2011
Thanks! The first approach (source("...)" worked forme.
To "put them in an R package", if you tell me what to read to learn it, I will. I am relatively new to R, content to just do the minimum for now to program my own likelihood function using optim. Thanks. again.
From: Spencer Graves [spencer.graves at structuremonitoring.com]
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2011 10:42 PM
To: Yen, Steven T
Cc: r-help at r-project.org
Subject: Re: [R] Rprofile.site
or put them in an R package with some appropriate name like "YenMisc",
then include "library(YenMisc)" in "Rprofile.site". This has the added
advantage that you can easily share YenMisc with others. Spencer
On 11/27/2011 6:42 PM, Florent D. wrote:
> source("c:\path\... ")
> On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 9:28 PM, Yen, Steven T<syen at utk.edu> wrote:
>> Dear All
>> I inserted a frequently used function (subroutine) right into my
>> Rprofile.site which allows me to run it each time-works great. However,
>> this approach is obviously suitable for a short function or a small number
>> of functions. Instead of inserting the lines in Rprofile.site, is there a
>> way to insert one line pointing to (fetching) the function in a local
>> drive, similar to #include c:\path\... in Gauss?
>> Thank you.
>> Steven T. Yen, Professor of Agricultural Economics
>> The University of Tennessee
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