compareModels_IQRnlmeProjectMulti

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Aline Fuchs

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Mar 7, 2021, 1:14:36 PMMar 7
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Dear all,

I want to compare some models in one table and wanted to use compareModels_IQRnlmeProjectMulti function.

I provide the path of model output:

M1  <-  "../03-Models/S211-PK_COVARIATE/03-Run03/MODEL_2/CovariateModel_02”

M2  <-  "../03-Models/S211-PK_COVARIATE/04-Run04/MODEL_2/CovariateModel_02"

compareModels_IQRnlmeProjectMulti(c(M1,M2))

 

but get the following error:

Error in apply(is.na(wmiddle_in_pleasure_been_non_sure_content_fuga_and_and_officiis_[,  :

  dim(X) must have a positive length

Is it not correctly used ?

 

Everything was run with IQRtool 1.5.0 and Monlix2019R1

 

Best, Aline

 

 


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Henning Schmidt

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Mar 8, 2021, 1:48:22 AMMar 8
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Hi Aline,

the syntax you used should be fine.

Please do the following (see in red):

M1  <-  "../03-Models/S211-PK_COVARIATE/03-Run03/MODEL_2/CovariateModel_02”

M2  <-  "../03-Models/S211-PK_COVARIATE/04-Run04/MODEL_2/CovariateModel_02"

x <- as_IQRnlmeProjectMulti(c(M1,M2))

compareModels_IQRnlmeProjectMulti( x )

That should work. From the next version on also your way of coding will work. Initially base names of models were used but the full path is needed in case models have the same base name :)

Cheers,

Henning


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