[R] Fitting to strange function
Tony Plate
tplate at blackmesacapital.com
Thu Nov 13 21:08:08 CET 2003
Is there some reason that the simple & obvious does not work or is in some
way not adequate?
> data <- data.frame(x=c(1:5), y=c(1,3,2,NA,4))
> nls(y ~ A*x^2 +sqrt(0.08*A)*x, data=data, start=list(A=0))
Nonlinear regression model
model: y ~ A * x^2 + sqrt(0.08 * A) * x
data: data
A
0.1577584
residual sum-of-squares: 5.445525
>
At Thursday 07:54 PM 11/13/2003 +0100, JB wrote:
>At 13.11.2003 (17:17), Roger D. Peng wrote:
>>You could use nls() or optimize().
>>
>>-roger
>
>Well, thx.
>This is very complicated. In Mupad I simply say:
>
> r:=stats::reg(t_list,x_list,a/2*t^2+sqrt(0.08*a)*t,[t],[a])
>
>and get the (right) answer. How would the same command in R go?
>
>TIA,
>
>jb
>
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