[Rd] problem in contour/contourLines (PR#9205)
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Tue Sep 5 22:50:34 CEST 2006
/* maximal number of line segments of one contour segment:
* for preventing infinite loops -- shouldn't be needed --> warning */
#define MAX_ns 25000
so it would be very helpful to have a reproducible example. Please also
let us have exact details of how you compiled R (CPU, compiler versions,
optimization level ...).
I have tracked a couple of things like this down to extended floating
point issues on ix86 chips, so it may very well be that this is an issue
of stopping an infinite loop.
(25000 segments is very large: a space filling graph on a 50x50 grid only
needs about that many.)
On Tue, 5 Sep 2006, dheide at nld.ds.mpg.de wrote:
> Full_Name: Dominik Heide
> Version: 2.3.1
> OS: Linux (Suse 9.3)
On which CPU?
> Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
> The contour functions has sommewhere (I think in .../main/plot3d.c) a
> maximum number of line segments that is set using a define. The contour
> line in my data too long for this and therefore not correct analysed (I
> get the message 'contour(): circular/long seglist -- bug.report()!').
> Since I can't analyse my data right now, it's mybe better to give the
> maximum seg-number as an option ?!
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