[R] Fwd: R errors

Jim Lemon drjimlemon at gmail.com
Mon Oct 2 23:27:30 CEST 2017

Hi Nyi,
It is very unlikely that you ran exactly the same code twice and got a
different result. Since we do not know what that code was, we can't
debug it (and probably don't want to) so the best thing to do is to
take the R script that you ran the first time (you do have the R
commands in a file?) and compare it line by line with the second
attempt. On a wild guess, you may have changed one of the operators in
the model formula.


On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 1:13 PM, NYI NYI HTWE <nyinyi at iuj.ac.jp> wrote:
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> From: NYI NYI HTWE <nyinyi at iuj.ac.jp>
> Date: Sun, Oct 1, 2017 at 1:49 PM
> Subject: R errors
> To: R-windows at r-project.org
> Dear
> I'm very new R-user.
> I run a model successfully and my supervisor ask me to confirm the result.
> Then I run the same model again. However, it returns the error message in
> printing report and model creating as below which I haven't seen in my
> first attempt. I tried several times, but the same error returned.
> I removed R from my computer and re-install 2 times, but the same thing
> happened.
> Please let me know how to proceed.
> Error in print01Report(TAbehdata, TAeff, modelname =
> "TA_coev_Second_Attempt") :
>   wrong parameters; note: do not include an effects object as parameter!
> Error in sienaModelCreate(projname = "TA_coev_Second_Attempt", modelType =
> 3,  :
>   modelType must have names of dependent networks
> Regards
> Nyi Nyi
> Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation
> Hiroshima University
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