Defunct Functions in Package stats
The functions or variables listed here are no longer part of R as they are not needed (any more).
## Defunct in R 1.x dnchisq(.) pnchisq(.) qnchisq(.) rnchisq(.) print.anova.glm(.) print.anova.lm(.) reshapeWide(x, i, j, val, jnames = levels(j)) reshapeLong(x, jvars, ilev = row.names(x), jlev = names(x)[jvars], iname = "reshape.i", jname = "reshape.j", vname = "reshape.v") arima0.diag(…) plot.mts(x, plot.type = c("multiple", "single"), panel = lines, log = "", col = par("col"), bg = NA, pch = par("pch"), cex = par("cex"), lty = par("lty"), lwd = par("lwd"), ann = par("ann"), xlab = "Time", type = "l", main = NULL, oma = c(6, 0, 5, 0), …) print.coefmat(x, digits = max(3, getOption("digits") - 2), signif.stars = getOption("show.signif.stars"), dig.tst = max(1, min(5, digits - 1)), cs.ind, tst.ind, zap.ind = integer(0), P.values = NULL, has.Pvalue, eps.Pvalue = .Machine$double.eps, na.print = "", …) anovalist.lm(object, …, test = NULL) lm.fit.null(x, y, method = "qr", tol = 1e-07, …) lm.wfit.null(x, y, w, method = "qr", tol = 1e-07, …) glm.fit.null(x, y, weights, start = NULL, etastart = NULL, mustart = NULL, offset, family = gaussian(), control = glm.control(), intercept = FALSE)
# Defunct in 2.4.0 mauchley.test(object, Sigma = diag(nrow = p), T = Thin.row(proj(M) - proj(X)), M = diag(nrow = p), X = ~0, idata = data.frame(index = seq(length = p)), ...)
# Defunct in 2.10.0 clearNames(object)
*chisq() functions now take an optional non-centrality
argument, so the
*nchisq() functions are no longer needed.
reshape*, which were experimental, are replaced by
reshape. This has a different syntax and allows
multiple time-varying variables.
arima0.diag has been replaced by
plot.mts has been removed, as
plot.ts now has the
print.coefmat was an older name for
with a different default for
anovalist.lm was replaced by
lm.wfit.null are superseded by
lm.wfit which handle null models now.
glm.fit.null is superseded by
mauchley.test was a misspelling of Mauchly's name, corrected
by the introduction of
clearNames had been introduced at about the same time as
unname, but is less general and has been used rarely.