kjetil.kjernsmo at astro.uio.no
Sat Jun 24 18:36:23 CEST 2000
On Sat, 24 Jun 2000, Gilles Gignac wrote:
>I am a beginner to R, so you have a right to dislike me.
Everyone starts as a newbie! :-) I'm not too experienced myself, but I'll
try an answer.
>I have loaded
>up a data matrix (664 * 28) into the R environment and wish to have a
>pre-written program (MAXCOV-HITMAX) analyse the data. When I run the
>program, I get: "Error in ncol(hitdat). Argument "hitdat" is missing
>with no default"; I can't seem to find much info in the manuals, etc. to
>help me out, so any suggestions will be appreciated greatly. I am using
Hm, one would have to have a closer look at your functions to figure out
this one. I guess that the function ncol() is called somewhere inside your
program and it has an argument called 'hitdat', that it can't find. I'd
guess that you were supposed to provide some data to the the maxcov-hitmax
program that didn't go where they were supposed to... Perhaps someone else
might have a better answer, or you might have to supply more details on
the function you're using.
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