[R] range of input data

From: Carsten Steinhoff <carsten.steinhoff_at_stud.uni-goettingen.de>
Date: Wed 29 Jun 2005 - 23:10:00 EST


Hi,  

I've written this function:  

g = function(test,p1,p2)
{  

test=sort(test)
merke=0
for (z in 1:length(test))
{
  F1=((2*z-1)/length(test))
  F21=log(plnorm(test[z],p1,p2))
  F22=log(1-plnorm(test[length(test)+1-z],p1,p2))   F2= F21+F22
  merke=merke+F1*F2  

}

return(-length(test)*-merke)
}
   

When I call it for e.g. test = 1:10 it only returns ONE value. Instead what I want to have is 10 values (like it makes the dlnorm for instance). I could make that with a loop, but maybe there is there a more simple trick ?  

Carsten

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