[R] matrix weirdness, due to NaN

Bill Simpson wsimpson at gcal.ac.uk
Thu May 6 13:01:20 CEST 1999

I changed the NaNs to NAs and now it works.
There is such a thing as is.nan, so I thought NaNs were used OK by R.

Maybe this has been fixed in a more recent R version (I am using 63.0)


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