[R] plot.baysian error = only 0's may mix with negative subscripts
dinos at northwestern.edu
Thu Oct 28 20:14:51 CEST 2004
I did make a typo and I meant plot.bayesian() from sma. Hopefully most
people can easily guess what I meant. It looks like NAs are illegal
from 1.9 and later. I am surprised that stat.bayesian() still allows it
but plot has a problem with it.
peopleOn Thu, 2004-10-28 at 12:43, Uwe Ligges wrote:
> dinos at northwestern.edu wrote:
> > Dear R users and developers
> > After upgrading to Windows XP and R 1.9.1 and 2.0, I retried to execute
> > plot.baysian() to a data set that I had used previously to plot with no
> > problem in win2000 R1.8. The error I get is:
> > Error in points(Mbar[-index], lods[-index], pch = ".") :
> > only 0's may mix with negative subscripts
> What is plot.baysian()?
> Do you mean plot.bayesian() from package "sma"?
> Probably an error has been fixed that caused your data to be plotted
> inaccurately in R < 1.9.x ... or there is a bug in sma.
> But without the data it's hard to say.
> So the suggestion is to ask the package maintainer of sma by providing a
> simple and easily reproducible example...
> Uwe Ligges
> > Thanx in advance
> > Dino
> > P.S. I allready sent this message once but without a subject. I
> > apologize for the inconvenience
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