[R] lme

Peppy Adi Purnomo s.adi.purnomo at energylink.co.nz
Mon Sep 25 08:03:54 CEST 2000


do I get this from the contrib section?  there is nlme.zip there but not
sure how to implement it into my R (my version is 1011).  


-----Original Message-----
From: Prof Brian D Ripley [mailto:ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk]
Sent: Friday, 22 September 2000 18:34
To: Peppy Adi Purnomo
Cc: 'R - Help desk'
Subject: Re: [R] lme

On Fri, 22 Sep 2000, Peppy Adi Purnomo wrote:

> Hello,
> I need to use a procedure in R that similar to lme in Splus.. is this

Which S-PLUS?  The version of lme in S-PLUS 2000 (and the announced 6.0)
is closely related to that in the add-on package nlme available
from CRAN (version numbers 3,x).  Earlier versions of S-PLUS are based on
nlme2 and have a different syntax.  I suggest you use the nlme3
version even if you have to convert example S-PLUS code. (Both
Pinheiro & Bates' book and V&R3 use the nlme syntax.)

> particular procedure has been implemented in the recent version?  thanks.

(Recent version of what?  R's current philosophy is to have a fairly
small core and lots of fairly small add-on packages, some of which ship
with R and more of which are on CRAN.  At present that's needed for
memory and performance reasons.  It's also helpful to distribute R in
fairly small pieces for download.)

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