[R] Haplo.Stats: error (recursive default argument reference)

From: M.J. Bos <m.bos_at_erasmusmc.nl>
Date: Tue 10 Oct 2006 - 09:34:40 GMT

Dear colleagues,

I face a problem doing haplotype analyses with haplostats: when I use the haplo.em function, the programme gives an error message because of 'recursive default argument reference.' I am not able to figure out what this means. Could you perhaps help me?

The full output is the following:
> library(haplo.stats)
> datafile.dat<-read.table("datafile.dat",header=TRUE)
> attach(datafile.dat)
> names(datafile.dat)

 [7] "OUTCOME5" "SNP1X" "SNP1Y" "SNP2X" "SNP2Y" "SNP3X"
[13] "SNP3Y" "SNP4X" "SNP4Y" "SNP5X" "SNP5Y" "SNP6X"
[19] "SNP6Y" "SNP7X" "SNP7Y"

> block1<-datafile.dat[,c(8:21)]
> loci<-c("1","2","3","4","5","6","7")
> em<-haplo.em(geno=block1,locus.label=loci,miss.val=c(0,NA))
Error in .Call("R_lazyLoadDBfetch", key, file, compressed, hook, PACKAGE = "base") :

        recursive default argument reference

Thank you very much in advance!
Michiel Bos

Michiel J. Bos, MD MSc
PhD-student Neuro-epidemiology
Erasmus MC
Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
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PO Box 1738
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E-mail: m.bos@erasmusmc.nl

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