|Problem to plot 3D surface with R|
Try this to see why I don't think this data is well suited for wireframe:
cloud(Z~X+Y, data=FI02, xlab="X", ylab="Y", main="Surface elevation",
type="l", screen=list(z=-60, x=-60))
|kruskal.test shows "All group levels must be finite" error. What is the problem?|
It should work if you run
data$Grp <- as.factor(data$Grp)
Then (as before):
This is because Grp is a character not a factor and is.finite applied to an
object of character class is always false (see ?is.finite).
optimized for modern computers.
Wikipedia has a good list of the differences between various server-side JS
Here is a list of features for Netscape Enterprise Server - provides a good
idea of what makes modern SSJS solutions much better.
Why did it not gain attention? Realistically, client-side JS has only
recently started to become the standard for web development so it was
unlikely anybody would have considered using it for server-side development
when it wasn't even really widely adopted for it's original purpose. I say
widely adopted in that previously it was always difficult to cater