[R] definition of index.array and boot.return in the code for boot
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Tue Jul 19 09:45:27 CEST 2005
Or read the *sources* for package boot, and find the original code with
all the comments.
On Mon, 18 Jul 2005, Spencer Graves wrote:
> Excellent question. Try 'getAnywhere("index.array")'. It's hidden
> in "namespace:boot". Ditto for "boot.return".
> spencer graves
> Obrien, Josh wrote:
>> Dear R friends,
>> I am reading the code for the function boot in package:boot in an attempt to learn how and where it implements the random resampling used by the non-parametric bootstraps.
>> The code contains two (apparent) functions - 'index.array' and 'boot.return' - for which I can find no documentation, and which don't even seem to exist anywhere on the search path. What are they?
>> Also, if the meanings of those two don't answer my larger question, could you point me to the code that implements the random resampling?
>> Thanks very much for your help,
>> Josh O'Brien
>> UC Davis
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