[R] terms.inner

From: Terry Therneau <therneau_at_mayo.edu>
Date: Tue 05 Sep 2006 - 13:24:54 GMT


Question:
  I am trying to impliment a function in R that we use quite regularly in Splus, and it fails due to a lack of the "terms.inner" function in R. The substitute is?

Part question and part soapbox:
Why remove terms.inner from R? It's little used, but rather innocuous.

Mostly soapbox:
  I figured it was no big deal, as I originally discovered the use of terms.inner from reading the plot.gam function. So I'd just see what plot.gam does in R.
> plot.gam

 Error: object "plot.gam" not found

  Ok, I know this function has to exist. I even remember that there is some sort of multi-colon secret handshake that will convince R to let you look at it, although I don't remember the form. This Nixonesque passion with hiding things is one of the reasons I still prefer Splus.   

  	Terry Therneau
  	therneau.terry@mayo.edu

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