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Function bad_input [jwutil v1.2.3]
keywords
sysdata
title
bad input data for tests
description
a variety of horrible data
Function extreme_numbers [jwutil v1.2.3]
keywords
sysdata
title
extreme numbers
description
very biggest and smallest non-zero numbers the current machine can handle, positive and negative.
Function ROptEstOldConstants [ROptEstOld v1.2.0]
keywords
sysdata
title
Built-in Constants in package ROptEstOld
description
Constants built into ROptEstOld.
Function MCbound.precalc1 [MChtest v1.0-3]
keywords
sysdata
title
Precalculated object of class MCbound
description
Because the calculation of this truncated sequential probability ratio test stopping boundary takes a long time, it is calculated ahead of time and included in the package. It is created with the following code, MCbound("tsprt",parms=c(p0=p0.given.p1(0.04),p1=0.04,alpha0=.0001,beta0=0.0001,Nmax=9999),conf.level=.99).
Function Instruction Set [miraculix v0.9.20]
keywords
sysdata
title
CPU instruction set
description
The function checks whether a certain instruction is available under the current compilation of the package.
Function genomicmatrix [miraculix v0.9.20]
keywords
sysdata
title
Transform a Matrix to a Compressed Matrix
description
Coerce to or create a compressed genomic matrix
Function Constants [base v3.6.2]
keywords
sysdata
title
Built-in Constants
description
Constants built into R.
Function host [RandomFieldsUtils v0.5.3]
keywords
sysdata
title
System calls
description
The functions hostname and pid return the host name and the PID, respectively.
Function confirm [RandomFieldsUtils v0.5.3]
keywords
sysdata
title
Test if Two Objects are (Nearly) Equal
description
confirm(x, y) is a utility to compare R objects x and y testing ‘near equality’ base on all.equal. It is written too allow different behaviour on different operating systems
Function suggestPath [PBSadmb v1.1.4]
keywords
sysdata
title
Suggest a Path to a Specified Program
description
Suggest a directory path from the system PATH where a program specified by the user might be located.