[R] for loop

Daniel Malter daniel at umd.edu
Wed Aug 5 19:54:27 CEST 2009

and I may quote David Winsemius at this point: "In general this falls into
the category of a request to "read my mind".

cuncta stricte discussurus

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Gesendet: Wednesday, August 05, 2009 1:35 PM
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Betreff: Re: [R] for loop

The Initial.State function is the setup for Models. So Models will apply the
function to k columns in Initial.State. It will only work for the first
element in vector col however, and will not loop the function through all
elements in vector col


waltzmiester wrote:
> I am trying to get the function "Models" to work each time there is an 
> instance of k. This code will stop after the first model is complete. 
> I need it to come back and pass the next value of c into the
> function. any ideas?
> col<-c(23:28)
> #Setup
> for(k in col){
> Initial.State(Response=zample[,c(k,29)],
> Explanatory=zample[,variable_columns],
> IndependentResponse=population[,c(k,29)],
> IndependentExplanatory=population[,variable_columns])
> #Modeling
> Models(GLM=T, GAM=T, RF=T, GBM=T, TSS=T, KeepPredIndependent=T) }
> -Chris

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