[R] Problem with contour(): typo

Puetz, Benno puetz @end|ng |rom p@ych@mpg@de
Tue Sep 29 15:16:27 CEST 2020

As I noted in my earlier post, it does - had checked that ;-)
It works by taking corresponding pair fo the input vectors (after possible recycling, as eluded by Helmut in his remark on working on only one vector) as needed for outer.

Thanks for the reminder, though,


> On 29. Sep 2020, at 15:12, Duncan Murdoch <murdoch.duncan using gmail.com> wrote:
> That won't work unless power.TOST is vectorized.  outer() will pass it vectors of x and y values.
> Duncan Murdoch
> On 29/09/2020 8:11 a.m., Helmut Schütz wrote:
>> Dear Benno,
>> THX, you made my day! Case closed.
>> Helmut
>> Puetz, Benno wrote on 2020-09-29 13:14:
>>> I would assume the following snippet does what you want - note the use
>>> of outer with anonymous function wrapping powerTOST:
>>> z <- outer(xs, ys, function(x, y)power.TOST(CV = y, theta0 = x, design
>>> = "2x2x4", method = "central", n = res[1]))
>>> contour(xs, ys, z)

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