[R] Where's MVA?

Ko-Kang Wang Ko-Kang at xtra.co.nz
Fri Oct 12 06:38:52 CEST 2001

I think mva is a package comes with the base installation.  Have you tried
  library( mva )
in R?


Ko-Kang Wang
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Andrew Criswell 
  To: r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch 
  Sent: Friday, October 12, 2001 9:26 AM
  Subject: [R] Where's MVA?

  Hi All:

  Package TSERIES is stated to depend on MVA. However, there is no MVA package to be found under the list of package sources.

  Best wishes,
  tseries: Package for time series analysis 
  Package for time series analysis with emphasis on non-linear and non-stationary modelling Version: 0.7-6 
        Depends: ts, mva, quadprog 
        Date: 2001-08-27 
        Author: Compiled by Adrian Trapletti <adrian at olsen.ch> 
        Maintainer: Kurt.Hornik <Kurt.Hornik at ci.tuwien.ac.at> 
        License: GPL (see file COPYING), except for ./src/muin2ser.f and ./misc which are free for non-commercial purposes. See file README for details. 
        URL: http://www.r-project.org 
  Index of Contents (Text)
  Reference Manual (PDF)

  Package Sources
  AnalyzeFMRI CoCoAn Devore5 EMV GLMMGibbs GenKern GeneSOM KernSmooth Matrix NISTnls Oarray PHYLOGR PTAk RArcInfo RMySQL RODBC RPgSQL RandomFields RmSQL Rstreams Rwave SASmixed SuppDists VR XML acepack adapt akima ash bindata blighty boot bootstrap bqtl car cclust cfa chron cluster cmprsk coda conf.design cramer date diamonds dse e1071 ellipse event.chart exactRankTests fastICA fdim fields foreign fracdiff gafit gee geoR gld gregmisc gss ineq leaps lgtdl lmtest locfit logspline lokern lpridge maptree maxstat mclust mda meanscore mgcv mlbench muhaz multiv mvnmle mvtnorm netCDF nlme nlrq norm odesolve oz panel pcurve permax pinktoe pixmap polymars polynom princurve pspline quadprog quantreg rmeta rpart rpvm scatterplot3d sem sgeostat sm sma sn sna splancs sptests spweights strucchange survival tensor tree tripack tseries twostage vegan wavethresh wle xgobi xtable zmatrix 

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