[R] singular convergence(7)?
spencer.graves at pdf.com
Thu Jan 19 05:55:07 CET 2006
In general, "singular convergence" means you were trying to estimate
k parameters when the data would support estimation k-1 or fewer.
Beyond this, RSiteSearch("singlular convergence") produce 53 hits for
me just now, and RSiteSearch("lme singular convergence") produced 7. If
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hope this helps.
Chia, Yen Lin wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just wonder what singular convergence means. Thanks.
> Yen Lin
> Error in lme.formula(Data ~ 1, random = ~1 | Wafer/fie/loc, subset =
> Wafer == :
> singular convergence (7)
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