[R] nlm question
Peter Dalgaard BSA
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Thu Jan 21 19:56:03 CET 1999
John Logsdon <j.logsdon at lancaster.ac.uk> writes:
> Hello again
> Is there any way (or an alternative non-linear minimiser) that arguments
> to the function called in nlm can be passed in version 0.62.4? Like (I
> believe) nlmin in a well known other program or optimise in R. Do we use
> global variables? Shurely not!
At the end of the Description for nlm we have:
This is a preliminary version of this function and it
will probably change.
..which is probably the point. Adding ... arguments should be pretty
obvious (unless the names clash with any of all the *other* args!)
after a peek at the way it is done in optimize: Just replace f in
.Internal(nlm(f, p, .....
I can't see why it shouldn't work here as well.
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