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Error Message With the "MCMCmixfactanal" Function

Ziad Elmously
To Whom It May Concern,

In am using the script below to test the function "MAMCmixfactanal" in the package "MCMCpack".

library(MCMCpack)
data(PErisk)
post <- MCMCmixfactanal(~courts+barb2+prsexp2+prscorr2+gdpw2, factors=1, data=PErisk, lambda.constraints=
  list(courts=list(2,"-")),burnin=5000,mcmc=1000000,thin=50,verbose=500,L0=.25,store.lambda=TRUE,store.scores=TRUE,tune=1.2)
plot(post)
summary(post)

However, I get the error message below.

Acceptance rates:
Error in print.default(t(accepts)/(posterior$burnin + posterior$mcmc),  :
  invalid printing width

Your help would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Ziad Elmously
Director, Advanced Analytics & Data Science

MetrixLab, a Macromill Group company
Chalfont, PA, USA
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Re: Error Message With the "MCMCmixfactanal" Function

Bert Gunter-2
Please read and follow the posting guide linked below, especially this:

"For questions about functions in standard packages distributed with R (see
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On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 5:30 PM Ziad Elmously <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> To Whom It May Concern,
>
> In am using the script below to test the function "MAMCmixfactanal" in the
> package "MCMCpack".
>
> library(MCMCpack)
> data(PErisk)
> post <- MCMCmixfactanal(~courts+barb2+prsexp2+prscorr2+gdpw2, factors=1,
> data=PErisk, lambda.constraints=
>
> list(courts=list(2,"-")),burnin=5000,mcmc=1000000,thin=50,verbose=500,L0=.25,store.lambda=TRUE,store.scores=TRUE,tune=1.2)
> plot(post)
> summary(post)
>
> However, I get the error message below.
>
> Acceptance rates:
> Error in print.default(t(accepts)/(posterior$burnin + posterior$mcmc),  :
>   invalid printing width
>
> Your help would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Ziad Elmously
> Director, Advanced Analytics & Data Science
>
> MetrixLab, a Macromill Group company
> Chalfont, PA, USA
> T (+1) 267 298 1159   M (+1) 267 218 4724
> [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
> www.metrixlab.com<http://www.metrixlab.com/>
>
> How do you create a powerful packaging design?
> Discover our 9 best practices. Read our whitepaper ><http://bit.ly/2sGPKEo
> >
>
>
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>
> ______________________________________________
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> http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html
> and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.
>

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Re: Error Message With the "MCMCmixfactanal" Function

Jeff Newmiller
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Someone may feel like tackling this anyway, but technically it is off-topic here, as this forum is about the R language rather than specific contributed packages. (http://www.r-project.org/posting-guide.html). Lookup the package DESCRIPTION file on CRAN and if it does not mention a recommended support forum then correspond with the package maintainer.

On November 11, 2020 2:06:03 PM PST, Ziad Elmously <[hidden email]> wrote:

>To Whom It May Concern,
>
>In am using the script below to test the function "MAMCmixfactanal" in
>the package "MCMCpack".
>
>library(MCMCpack)
>data(PErisk)
>post <- MCMCmixfactanal(~courts+barb2+prsexp2+prscorr2+gdpw2,
>factors=1, data=PErisk, lambda.constraints=
>list(courts=list(2,"-")),burnin=5000,mcmc=1000000,thin=50,verbose=500,L0=.25,store.lambda=TRUE,store.scores=TRUE,tune=1.2)
>plot(post)
>summary(post)
>
>However, I get the error message below.
>
>Acceptance rates:
>Error in print.default(t(accepts)/(posterior$burnin + posterior$mcmc),
>:
>  invalid printing width
>
>Your help would be greatly appreciated.
>
>Kind regards,
>
>Ziad Elmously
>Director, Advanced Analytics & Data Science
>
>MetrixLab, a Macromill Group company
>Chalfont, PA, USA
>T (+1) 267 298 1159 � M (+1) 267 218 4724
>[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]> �
>www.metrixlab.com<http://www.metrixlab.com/>
>
>How do you create a powerful packaging design?
>Discover our 9 best practices. Read our whitepaper
>><http://bit.ly/2sGPKEo>
>
>
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