[R] [External] Package for "design graphs"
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Thu Aug 19 03:45:54 CEST 2021
The only person who got the image was Richard. The rest of us got the
posting from the list server which stripped you image. If it had been a
pdf or png I think it might have survived the digital journey rather
than being blown to bits.
On 8/18/21 7:29 AM, madsmh using gmail.com wrote:
> I have attached a photo from our book
> E. Hansen "Introduktion til matematisk statistik"
> the numbers represent the labels of one factor while the letters
> represent the labels of anothr factor.
> .. Mads
> On Tue, 2021-08-17 at 22:42 +0000, Richard M. Heiberger wrote:
>> can you post an example of the graph?
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>> madsmh using gmail.com <madsmh using gmail.com>
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>> Subject: [External] [R] Package for "design graphs"
>> in our course littrature a "design graph" of two factors R and S with
>> associated maps s : I -> S and f : I -> S where I is some finite
>> set, is a graph with factor labeles as vertices and lines f(i) to
>> for all observations i in I. Is there a package on CRAN that can draw
>> graphs like this automatically?
>> I haven't been able to find anyting by searching.
>> Regards, Mads
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