[R] help : the datail of Fortran subroutine that use in R

Roger Bivand Roger.Bivand at nhh.no
Fri Dec 3 11:45:01 CET 2004

On Fri, 3 Dec 2004, sepideh shokohi wrote:

> How can I see the datail of Fortran subroutine that use in R.
> for example I want to see detail of "emn" routine that wrote in Fortran.
> .Fortran("emn", s$d, old, start, tobs, s$p, 
>             s$psi, s$n, s$x, s$npatt, s$r, s$mdpst, s$nmdp, tmp, 
>            tmp, numeric(s$p), mle, tau, m, mu0, lambdainv)[[3]]

Download the source package norm_1.0-9.tar.gz from your nearest CRAN
mirror and unpack it in a suitable temporary directory. Look in the
norm/src directory for the Fortran file containing the code for the emn
subroutine. If you are using Windows, you have probably installed a
pre-compiled version of the package; to read the Fortran/C/C++ code, you
need the source package.

> it was in em.norm in norm package.
> With regards 
> Sepideh Shokohi
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