[Rd] R-devel Digest, Vol 101, Issue 2
John C Nash
nashjc at uottawa.ca
Sat Jul 2 20:11:53 CEST 2011
I've been finding that the "loose ends" in many of these older codes cause more trouble
than it is worth in their use. When I encounter them, I've attempted to re-program the
algorithm in R. A lot of the Fortran code is because of the software structure the author
used and nothing to do with the job to be done.
If you can prepare an R function for this, you'd be doing the R community a favour. You
may also find that a judicious combination of optimize() and grid search gets the task
> Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2011 01:43:03 +0530
> From: Mohit Dayal <ken.sensei at gmail.com>
> To: R-devel at r-project.org
> Subject: [Rd] AS Algorithms
> I would like to use one of the AS Algorithms that used to be published in
> the journal Applied Statistics of the Royal Statistical Society (Series C).
> FORTRAN code based on these are available on the Statlib website at
> *BTW I am looking at AS 133 : Finding the global maximum or minimum of a
> function of 1 variable.
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