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front- end problem while using nnet and tune.nnet
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written 13.6 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140
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need help in tune.nnet
... Dear R people, I want to use the tune.nnet function of e1071 package to tune nnet . I am unable to understand the parameters of tune.nnet from the e1071 pdf document. I have performed nnet on a traindata and want to test it for class prediction with a testdata. I want to know the values of size,dec ...
written 13.6 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140
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problem with command line arguments
... Hello Everybody, I am running a R script through a perl code from command line. The perl script is like: my $cmd= 'R CMD BATCH D:/try5.R'; system($cmd); I run the perl code from command line. Now I want to pass some command line arguments to the R script. Its like the argv concept of perl. Do I ...
written 13.8 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140
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nnet
... Hello Everybody, I would like to know how to interpret the result of nnet function of R. My result looks like this: # weights: 24 initial value 6.533893 iter 10 value 4.616299 iter 20 value 4.616120 iter 30 value 4.616109 iter 30 value 4.616109 final value 4.616109 converged cres true ...
written 13.8 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140
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need help in nnet
... Hello Everybody, I would like to know how to interpret the result of nnet function of R. My result looks like this: # weights: 24 initial value 6.533893 iter 10 value 4.616299 iter 20 value 4.616120 iter 30 value 4.616109 iter 30 value 4.616109 final value 4.616109 converged cres true ...
written 13.8 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140
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Problem with RSPerl
... Hello, I am using RSPerl of omegahat.org to call R modules from Perl . I have tried running the test,pl script provided by RSPerl package. It gives the following error: perl: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.5/i386-linux-thread-multi/auto/R/R.so: undefined symbol: tryEval I am us ...
written 13.8 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140 • updated 13.8 years ago by Duncan Temple Lang110
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R from perl
... Hello, I want to use R from perl programming environment. I have downloaded RSPerl_0.8-0.tar.gz from omegahat.org. I couldnot understand the following instruction: To use R from within Perl, R CMD INSTALL -c -l // --configure-args='--with-in-perl' RSPerl_0.8-0.tar.gz What do I exactly need to ...
written 13.9 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140 • updated 13.8 years ago by Kort, Eric220
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need a neural network package for microarray data analysis
... Hello everybody, Could anyone please suggest me some package/s which make/s use of artificial neural nets for doing microarray data analysis? Thanks in advance, Madhurima. ...
microarray written 13.9 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140
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problem with cuttree
... Hello All, I am using the hclust function . As the data size is huge(2000 genes) I tried to use cuttree to cut the original tree into subtrees and then analyze the data. I cant figure out how to view a subtree with the labels. Can anyone help me ASAP? Thanks in advance, Madhurima. ...
written 13.9 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140 • updated 13.9 years ago by Sean Davis21k
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problem with hclust
... Hello everybody, I am using the hclust() function in R. I have a 2000*12 matrix of expression data. I have created a distance matrix with dist() using Euclidean method. Then in hclust I have used complete linkage method. Now when I am trying to plot the dendogram with pclust method I cannot see th ...
written 13.9 years ago by madhurima bhattacharjee140 • updated 13.9 years ago by shannon20

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