[R] Problem with strucchange package

From: <tolga.i.uzuner_at_jpmorgan.com>
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2008 18:58:35 +0100

Dear R Users,

I am attempting to use the strucchange package but get an error which is difficult to decipher.

I get the following error with breakpoints:

> bp<-breakpoints(regr[,1]~regr[,2]+regr[,3])
Error in my.RSS.table[as.character(i), 3:4] <- c(pot.index[opt], break.RSS[opt]) :
  nothing to replace with

I was wondering if anyone has seen this issue before and off the top of their head, can point me in the right direction.

regr is a zoo object with three columns. Happy to provide all the data so one can replicate this but it is lengthy so I am posting this way in case this is a common issue.

This is on R version 2.7.0, strucchange 1.2-3 and zoo 1.5-3.

Thanks in advance,

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