[R] rarefaction curves: unable to run the R script from Gimlet
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Fri Nov 25 14:47:50 CET 2011
On Fri, 25 Nov 2011, juliastone wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> i'm trying to draw rarefaction curves to estimate a population size from
> genotyped faeces.
> I used the Gimlet software which gave me a script and a "rarefaction.txt"
> file. I've copied both files in the work directory of R.
> I changed library(nls) by library(stats) in the script.
> But now, i'm still unable to run it.
> If i ask to show error messages, the software gives me after the last line :
> "Read 36 items
> Erreur dans return(echa, faesel) :
> les renvois multi-arguments sont inderdits".
> Does anybody know where i made a mistake?
It is a very old R script: package nls went in Oct 2004. As did the
(even longer deprecated) ability to do
which nowadays needs to be
A guess at what software you are talking about suggests it was last
updated in 2004. There are enough people here who remember R from
those days to be able to help with such R changes, but English
messages (run R with LANGUAGE=en) will maximize the pool.
> Thanks a lot,
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