[R] nonlinear least squares trust region fitting ?
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Sat Sep 2 10:12:34 CEST 2006
1. "Port" is NOT and R package but something more generally
available. I just got 189 hits from Google for "nl2sol Port package",
some of which should answer your questions about that.
2. Have you considered 'nlminb' and 'optim'? There is also a
"sequential quadratic programming" algorithm embedded in the code for
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why you don't want Gauss-Newton -- in prose as simple and clear as
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will likely be closer to what you want.
Hope this helps.
Martin Ivanov wrote:
> I am running R-2.3.1-i386-1 on Slackware Linux 10.2. I am a former matlab user, moving to R. In matlab, via the cftool, I performed nonlinear curve fitting using the method "nonlinear least squares" with the "Trust-Region" algorithm and not using robust fitting. Is it possible to perform the same analysis in R? I read quite a lot of R documentation, but I could not find an alternative solution. If there is such, please forgive my ignorance (I am a newbie in R) and tell me which function from which package is capable of performing the same analysis. If the same analysis is not possible to carry out in R, I would be grateful if you suggest to me some alternative procedure. I found that the "nls" function performs nonlinear least squares. The problem is that I do not want to implement the Gauss-Newton algorithm. In the worst case I would be contented with the "Levenberg-Marquardt" algorithm, if it is implemented in R. R nls's documentation mentions the "port" package and the ‘nl
> 2sol’ algorithm, but I could not find that package in the CRAN repository, so that I could read and judge whether that algorithm would be appropriate.
> Thank you very much in advance. I am looking forward to your answer.
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