[R] Using package ROCR
ekliokys at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 27 10:19:41 CET 2009
Just an update concerning an error message in using ROCR package.
Error in as.double(y) :
cannot coerce type 'S4' to vector of type 'double'
I have changed the sequence of loading the packages and the problem has
The loading sequence that caused an error was:
May be this info could be useful for somebody else who is getting the same
> Thank you very much for the response!
> The plot(1,1) helped to resolve the first problem.
> But I am still getting a second error message when running demo(ROCR)
> Error in as.double(y) :
> cannot coerce type 'S4' to vector of type 'double'
> It seems it has something to do with compatibility of S4 objects.
> My versions of R and ROCR package are the same as you listed.
> But it seems something other is missing in my installation.
> William Doane wrote:
>> Responding to question 1... it seems the demo assumes you already have a
>> plot window open.
>> seems to work.
>> For question 2, my environment produces the expected results... plot
>> doesn't generate an error:
>> * R 2.8.1 GUI 1.27 Tiger build 32-bit (5301)
>> * OS X 10.5.6
>> * ROCR 1.0-2
>> wiener30 wrote:
>>> I am trying to use package ROCR to analyze classification accuracy,
>>> unfortunately there are some problems right at the beginning.
>>> Question 1)
>>> When I try to run demo I am getting the following error message
>>>> if(dev.cur() <= 1) .... [TRUNCATED]
>>> Error in get(getOption("device")) : wrong first argument
>>> When I issue the command
>>> it returns
>>> null device
>>> It seems something is wrong with my R-environment ?
>>> Could somebody provide a hint, what is wrong.
>>> Question 2)
>>> When I run an example commands from the manual
>>> pred <- prediction( ROCR.simple$predictions, ROCR.simple$labels )
>>> perf <- performance( pred, "tpr", "fpr" )
>>> plot( perf )
>>> the plot command issues the following error message
>>> Error in as.double(y) :
>>> cannot coerce type 'S4' to vector of type 'double'
>>> How this could be fixed ?
>>> Thanks for the support
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