Martin Henry H. Stevens
HStevens at muohio.edu
Wed Jun 19 12:43:46 CEST 2002
Thank you for the help - swift, as usual.
Regarding the obsolescence of my version of R (v. 1.4.1 (2002-01-30) ), I
will get the valid version immediately. My sincere apologies. Also, I was
using Windows 2000 v. 5.00.2195 with Service Pack 1.
Regarding the incorrect version number, I apologize again.. I suppose my
sloppiness (and the mistakes of others) stems from believing that the
family of versions 1.4.X share sufficient ancestral and derived traits to
provide sufficient communication and evaluation. The omission is not unlike
the omission of column numbers in datafr[1:10,], but, of course, even there
we include the space holder "," . Mea culpa goes without saying.
In future communications I will endeavor to provide complete information.
Many thanks again for responding so quickly.
At 05:25 AM 6/19/2002, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk wrote:
>On Tue, 18 Jun 2002, Martin Henry H. Stevens wrote:
> > Windows 2000 R 1.4
> > I have a split-split plot design that I am analyzing with model <- aov(). I
> > tried using model.tables(model) and it replied
> > "Error: subscript out of bounds." I have monkeyed with it a little, but am
> > wondering if this is indicative of something in particular.
>Of a long-obselete version of R, I suspect.
>If it persists with R 1.5.1, send a bug report.
>WHY is it that so many R users get confused about the version number?
>There is no such thing as `R 1.4', and perhaps you could tell us where
>you got that idea from so we can stem the confusion it causes.
>Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
>Professor of Applied Statistics, http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~ripley/
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