[R] Error "grid must have equal distances in each direction"

Matthew Dowle mdowle at mdowle.plus.com
Wed Mar 31 16:37:52 CEST 2010

M Joshi,

I don't know but I guess that some might have looked at your previous thread 
on 14 March (also about the geoR package). You received help and good advice 
then, but it doesn't appear that you are following it.  It appears to be a 
similar problem this time.

Also, this list is the wrong place for that question. Please read the 
posting guide to find out the correct place. Its a question about a package.


"maddy" <madhura1301 at gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:1269974076132-1745651.post at n4.nabble.com...
> Hello All,
> Can anyone please help me on this error?
> Error in FUN(X[[1L]], ...) :
>  different grid distances detected, but the grid must have equal distances
> in each direction -- try gridtriple=TRUE that avoids numerical errors.
> The program that I am trying to run posted in the previous post of this
> thread.After the rows 1021 of my matrix of size 1024*1024, I start getting
> all the values as 0s.
> How to set the gridtriple as I am using the grf function which does not 
> take
> this parameter as input.
> The maximum vector limit that can be reached in 'R' is 2^30, why does it 
> not
> allow me to create arrays of length even of size 2^17?
> Thanks,
> M Joshi
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