[R] Rare behaviour for nlme::reStruct example and question about ?lmeObject
|@go@g|ne @end|ng |rom @jd@e@
Tue Nov 15 23:19:38 CET 2022
Dear Bert and all other "helpers",
I agree that not all of you are developers. If I look at the DESCRIPTION
of the nlme package I can see the next:
Contact: see 'MailingList'
MailingList: R-help using r-project.org
Maintainer: R Core Team <R-core using R-project.org>
As I do not have bugs.r-project account, first I emailed to
R-core using R-project.org, from where I got the next answer
"Non-members are typically*NOT* allowed to post messages to this
private developers' list. Please use an appropriate mailing list (from
http://www.r-project.org/mail.html). For R packages, use
maintainer("<pkg>") in R (and if that is R-core using .., use the R-help
--> i.e. for nlme use R-help
by Martin Maechler. Therefore, I used R-help.
On 15/11/2022 16:20, Bert Gunter wrote:
> 1. Not developers, helpers (though there may be some developers among
> us, too). Ergo, we don't make changes to code or man pages either.
> 2. If no satisfactory reply here, R-Sig-mixed-models is where you
> should post. And post there first for mixed models questions in future.
> On Mon, Nov 14, 2022 at 11:24 PM IAGO GINÉ VÁZQUEZ <iago.gine using sjd.es>
> Dear developers,
> When I run the example code in the help of reStruct, I get
> > library(nlme)
> > rs1 <- reStruct(list(Dog = ~day, Side = ~1), data = Pixel)
> > rs1
> Uninitialized random effects structure
> > str(rs1)
> List of 2
> $ Side:Error in pdMatrix.pdSymm(x) :
> cannot extract matrix from an uninitialized object
> Is it expected?
> In addition to that I would like to ask if shouldn't be `terms`
> documented in `?lmeObject`.
> Kind regards,
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