[R] Error Message With the "MCMCmixfactanal" Function
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Thu Nov 12 03:03:54 CET 2020
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On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 5:30 PM Ziad Elmously <
ziad.elmously using us.metrixlab.com> wrote:
> To Whom It May Concern,
> In am using the script below to test the function "MAMCmixfactanal" in the
> package "MCMCpack".
> post <- MCMCmixfactanal(~courts+barb2+prsexp2+prscorr2+gdpw2, factors=1,
> data=PErisk, lambda.constraints=
> However, I get the error message below.
> Acceptance rates:
> Error in print.default(t(accepts)/(posterior$burnin + posterior$mcmc), :
> invalid printing width
> Your help would be greatly appreciated.
> Kind regards,
> Ziad Elmously
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