Re: [R] Multivariate Maximum Likelihood Estimation

From: Konrad BLOCHER <kb25532_at_sgh.waw.pl>
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 16:42:06 +0100 (CET)


OK I got gls running but this is the error message that I got:

> gls_results <- gls(LnWRPK ~ LnWGDP+LnWYIELD,correlation = corAR1)

Error in switch(mode(x), "NULL" = structure(NULL, class = "formula"), :   invalid formula

Google didn't give any results unfortunately.

Help! :)

Thanks,

KB

> Have you tried gls()?
>
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> Onderwerp: [R] Multivariate Maximum Likelihood Estimation
>
> Hi,
>
> I am trying to perform Maximum Likelihood estimation of a Multivariate
model (2 independent variables + intercept) with autocorrelated errors of
> 1st order (ar(1)).
>
> Does R have a function for that? I could only find an univariate option
(ar.mle function) and when writing my own I find that it is pretty memory-consuming (and sometimes wrong) so there must be a better way.
>
> Thanks,
>
> KB
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