replicateBE: data input [🇷 for BE/BA]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2020-06-10 18:14 (749 d 00:45 ago) – Posting: # 21524
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Hi roman_max,

» first of all thank you for the efforts in developing such useful package.

Welcome (also on behalf of Michael and Detlew).

» So, my question is - should I specifically prepare my datafile in .xlsx in order to use it inside the package, and if yes…

Try this in the R-console (I don’t recommend R Studio):
library(replicateBE)
help(p = replicateBE)

Your browser opens. Click on
User guides, package vignettes and other documentation.
and then on replicateBE::vignette or HTML
The vignette opens in the browser. Click on Data structure in the table of contents.
This gives what you need (I hope).
If you are online, direct link to the vignette.

» …how to do it step-by-step to finally get the appropriate output file for reporting? It`s OK with reproducing results for internal dataset like DS01 and others but errors occured when I use imorted data from excel file (like argument of non-zero length, etc).

Hhm, strange. I thought that we trapped all possible errors. If you discovered a bug, great, we will correct it.

Please give the following: Version of R and replicateBE, operating system.
Post also the error message (including the function call which led to it).

If you are not successful, send your file to helmut.schuetz[email protected]

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