Ramon Diaz-Uriarte rdiaz at cnio.es
Fri Jan 16 17:02:22 CET 2004

This is strange; the sir for R I know (in package dr on CRAN, from S. 
Weisberg), last time I checked (about a year ago?) was able to handle 
multivariate responses. In fact, p. 6 of the documentation shows an example 
of SIR with a bivariate response, and I tried it, and it works.



On Friday 16 January 2004 10:04, hagric wrote:
> I have found a version of SIR in R and I have tried it. But the problem
> with this file is the fact that it does not cope with multivariate
> response variables. Is there any version of SIR available that also
> works with multivariate responses?
> Thanks for help!
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