From: Spencer Graves (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu 22 May 2003 - 01:41:18 EST
I don't know if this will help, but the "survReg" command is written as
"survreg", not "survReg", in R. I define "survReg <- survreg" first,
and then my S-Plus scripts using "survReg" work in R. Similarly,
"singular.ok=TRUE" by default in "lm" in R, while "singular.ok=FALSE" by
default in S-Plus. If I need to change the default behavior, I make a
local copy in my working directory and edit that so it does what I want.
After that, each time "lm" is called, it accesses the copy in my
working directory and never gets to "lm" in the base language. You can
even make "pi <- 3", but I don't recommend that for much of anything
except to illustrate possibilities.
I'm not familiar with either "rts" or S-Plus dumps, so I don't know if
this will help.
> Not sure if this is going to the right placeÖ
> I am attempting to use a S-Plus workspace that has been saved via the dump
> facility. These include a number of commands not recognised by R, namely rts
> commands. Is there a way round this by changing these in some way for Rís ts
> commands? Any help much appreciated.
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