Re: [R] package ssfcov and non-visible functions; was: Help needed!

From: Uwe Ligges <ligges_at_statistik.tu-dortmund.de>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 08:31:45 +0200

On 25.04.2011 20:05, shuangyan wrote:
> Hello, i got this package from the paper:" Nonparametric Covariance Function
> estimation for Functional and Longitudinal data".
> http://stat.wharton.upenn.edu/~tcai/paper/html/Covariance-Function.html.
> Thanks lot!

0. Please do read the posting guide!!! This includes knowing that you should use a sensible subject lines in your messages to R-help.

  1. Please quote the original thread, otherwise it is really hard to follow for mailing list readers like me.
  2. Please tell the authors of the package to provide it in source form. Non-Windows users and non R-2.11.0 users may get problems with that package (since it is a Windows binary package built with R-2.11.0).
  3. For your original question: the package has a NAMESPACE and myss2d is hidden (i.e.not exported from the NAMESPACE). To acess it either type ssfcov:::myss2d or if you really do not know: getAnywhere("myss2d").

Uwe Ligges

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