It is with great pleasure that I can announce that Ryacas version 1.1.0 has now been accepted into Journal of Open Source Software and same version released to CRAN. (The source code is available at https://github.com/mikldk/ryacas/.)
I already wrote about Ryacas many times before. I will refer you to the “Getting started” and “The high-level (symbol) interface” vignettes or one of the others available at the CRAN page or the package’s website.
It is with great pleasure that I can announce that Ryacas version 1.0.0 is now released to CRAN (https://cran.r-project.org/package=Ryacas). I wish to thank all co-authors: Rob Goedman, Gabor Grothendieck, Søren Højsgaard, Grzegorz Mazur, Ayal Pinkus.
It means that you can install the package by (possible after binaries have been built):
install.packages("Ryacas") Followed by:
library(Ryacas) (The source code is available at https://github.com/mikldk/ryacas/.)
Now you have the yacas computer algebra system fully available!
In a recent blog post I tried to get yacas to solve a system of polynomial equations. Unfortunately it could not do that, so I solved it numerically instead. Now it is possible – together with many other systems of polynomial equations thanks to fixing a small error in yacas. It has now been fixed, also in Ryacas (development version), so hurry up and update Ryacas to the latest version 0.
Finding prediction intervals (for future observations) is something different than finding confidence intervals (for unknown population parameters).
Here, I demonstrate one approach to doing so.
First we load the library and simulate some data:
library(mgcv) set.seed(1) dat <- gamSim(eg = 1, n = 400, dist = "normal", scale = 2) ## Gu & Wahba 4 term additive model The simulated in dat contains the “truth” in the f variables:
Update Aug 27, 2019: I wrote a new blog post showing that Ryacas can now solve the system of equations directly without using optim().
As you may know, I am maintaining the Ryacas package (with online documentation) for doing symbolic mathematics (and other stuff) in R using the yacas software (with online documentation).
Søren Højsgaard and I have been preparing a new major release of Ryacas (see blog post on it).