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Error in ?lowess

Duncan Murdoch-2
The lowess() help page refers to documentation in "src/appl/lowess.doc".
  This was moved to "src/library/stats/src/lowess.doc" in 2007.  This
patch fixes it:

Index: src/library/stats/man/lowess.Rd
===================================================================
--- src/library/stats/man/lowess.Rd (revision 79137)
+++ src/library/stats/man/lowess.Rd (working copy)
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
  \details{
    \code{lowess} is defined by a complex algorithm, the Ratfor original
    of which (by W. S. Cleveland) can be found in the \R sources as file
-  \file{src/appl/lowess.doc}.  Normally a local linear polynomial fit is
+  \file{src/library/stats/src/lowess.doc}.  Normally a local linear
polynomial fit is
    used, but under some circumstances (see the file) a local constant fit
    can be used.  \sQuote{Local} is defined by the distance to the
    \code{floor(f*n)}th nearest neighbour, and tricubic weighting is used

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Re: Error in ?lowess

Kurt Hornik-5
>>>>> Duncan Murdoch writes:

Thanks, fixed now.

Best
-k

> The lowess() help page refers to documentation in "src/appl/lowess.doc".
>   This was moved to "src/library/stats/src/lowess.doc" in 2007.  This
> patch fixes it:

> Index: src/library/stats/man/lowess.Rd
> ===================================================================
> --- src/library/stats/man/lowess.Rd (revision 79137)
> +++ src/library/stats/man/lowess.Rd (working copy)
> @@ -30,7 +30,7 @@
>   \details{
>     \code{lowess} is defined by a complex algorithm, the Ratfor original
>     of which (by W. S. Cleveland) can be found in the \R sources as file
> -  \file{src/appl/lowess.doc}.  Normally a local linear polynomial fit is
> +  \file{src/library/stats/src/lowess.doc}.  Normally a local linear
> polynomial fit is
>     used, but under some circumstances (see the file) a local constant fit
>     can be used.  \sQuote{Local} is defined by the distance to the
>     \code{floor(f*n)}th nearest neighbour, and tricubic weighting is used

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