[R] Conversion from python to R - log-problem
Duncan Murdoch
murdoch@dunc@n @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Mon Oct 28 00:15:43 CET 2019
On 27/10/2019 7:01 p.m., Martin Møller Skarbiniks Pedersen wrote:
> Hi,
> I am trying to convert a small python computation to R but my R version
> gets the wrong result.
You are using log10() in R, when you should be using log().
>
> The python code:
> import math import log
> x = log(2)
> for i in range(3,7):
> x = log(i)**x
> print(x)
> 3.14157738716919
>
> My R-version:
> x <- log10(2)
> for (i in 3:6) {
> x <- log10(i)**x
> }
> print(x)
> [1] 0.8207096
>
> =
>
> range(3,7) (Python) is the same as 3:6 (R)
> log() (Python) is the same as log10 (R)
>
> What can be wrong?
>
> Regards
> Martin M. S. Pedersen
>
> ps. I hope this is plain text without any HTML.
Nope! But it was readable anyway.
>
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