Question: fitTimeSeries possible error
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giulia.masetti0 wrote:

Hi there 

I'm using the fitTimeSeries for a time series analysis and when I run the fit time series for all the family or genera using c=.3 and B=1000 (for example) I sometimes obtain this instead of the time interval after running time=sapply(time, function(i){i[[1]]})[-grep("No", time)]:  

$Bacteroides
fitTimeSeries(obj = x, feature = i, class = "status", time = "timepoint", 
    id = "id", lvl = "family", C = 0.5, B = 1000) 

which gives me error in the subsequent codes. Is that normal or it's because is "non statistically different" and I just need to increase C or B to obtain a proper value? 

Thank you for your reply!

Giulia 

 

 

 

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Answer: fitTimeSeries possible error
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Joseph Nathaniel Paulson280 wrote:
Hi Giulia, Could you please provide a small MRE? If it uses your own data, feel free to send it via email. On 2016-08-01 08:16, giulia.masetti [bioc] wrote: > Activity on a post you are following on support.bioconductor.org [1] > > User giulia.masetti [2] wrote Question: fitTimeSeries possible error [3]: > > Hi there > > I'm using the fitTimeSeries for a time series analysis and when I run the fit time series for all the family or genera using c=.3 and B=1000 (for example) I sometimes obtain this instead of the time interval after running time=sapply(time, function(i){i[[1]]})[-grep("No", time)]: > > $Bacteroides > fitTimeSeries(obj = x, feature = i, class = "status", time = "timepoint", > id = "id", lvl = "family", C = 0.5, B = 1000) > > which gives me error in the subsequent codes. Is that normal or it's because is "non statistically different" and I just need to increase C or B to obtain a proper value? > > Thank you for your reply! > > Giulia > > ------------------------- > > Post tags: metagenomeseq, fittimeseries > > You may reply via email or visit fitTimeSeries possible error Links: ------ [1] https://support.bioconductor.org [2] giulia.masetti [3] fitTimeSeries possible error
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