From: Carsten Steinhoff <carsten.steinhoff_at_gmx.de>

Date: Tue 22 Mar 2005 - 08:57:04 EST

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Date: Tue 22 Mar 2005 - 08:57:04 EST

Hi,

two questions - I think simple to solve for you ...

(1) I've written a function containing some loops.

Each loop will generate a few outputs. Finally I have to combine them to get
something like a "spreadsheet" that my colleagues can import in EXCEL.

Up to now I'm doing it as follows:

With each loop-step I assign new values for each "column" of my desired output like

colum_A=c(column_A,new_value)

At the end I combine all columns: my_table=cbind(column_A,column_B ... )

I think there should be another easier way to assign the new lines directly, isn't it?

(2) I often have to use the "fitdistr" function included in library MASS.

The generated output for e.g. $estimate has the following format:

mean sd

0.01664940 0.97682797

Now I want to write ONLY THE VALUE in a new variable. By doing

mean_a = ...$estimate[1]

I always have the string "mean" IN the variable. How can I eliminate this? Thanks a lot for your answer !

Carsten

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