Re: [R] wroung groupedData despite reading Bates and Pinheiro 3 times

From: milton ruser <milton.ruser_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2008 17:17:48 -0300

Hi (sorry, I donīt got your name)

May be this help you.

trap$time<-factor(trap$time)
 trap$block<-factor(trap$block)

All the best,

miltinho astronauta
brazil

On 7/19/08, hpdutra <hpdutra_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
> Hi everyone. I am trying to add a formula to my data using the
> groupedData
> function.
> My experiment consists of randomized block design using fruits, vegetation
> and time as factors. The idea is to see if fruits, vegetation and time
> explain the abundance of mice. I am using tree density as a covariate.
> So I tried to fit the following structure to my data.
> >
> traps<-groupedData(mice~tree|plotID,outer=~time*fruit*veget|block,data=trap)
>
> but time and block are still considered to be numeric, while in fact they
> should be factor and ordered, respectively.
> > sapply(traps,data.class)
> mice plotID veget fruit time block tree
> "numeric" "ordered" "factor" "factor" "numeric" "numeric" "numeric"
>
> Is there a way to change that?
>
> Thank you very much.
>
> PS: the levels for fruit and veget are intact or removed
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