Re: [Rd] fix() changes the class of mts objects

From: Jeffrey J. Hallman <jhallman_at_frb.gov>
Date: Wed, 09 May 2007 11:29:48 -0400

"Simone Giannerini" <sgiannerini_at_gmail.com> writes:

> My concern here is that users can be confused from the fact that if one has
> a single time series fix() uses the default method of edit() and does not
> change
> its class
>
> > x <- ts(1:5)
> > fix(x)
> > class(x)
> [1] "ts"
>
> whereas for mts objects edit.data.frame is used so that in my opinion it
> might be worth to clarify it in the documentation.

So write edit.ts() and submit it.

-- 
Jeff

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