The plspm is dead. Long live the plspm!

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9 thoughts on “The plspm is dead. Long live the plspm!

  1. Hello,

    I am trying to install plsdepot, but it is not available for my version of R (2.14.2). Which other package(s) can I use?

    • Hi Manuel,
      I don’t what can be the cause of your problem but most of the times is the server connection. It could also be the CRAN mirror you are using. Another suggestion is to update your R version.

      • Hello,

        I have upgraded to R3.0. Now when I run your code I get this warning message and the graphs do not appear correctly.

        Warning message:
        In rep(selfarrpos, len = ncomp) : ‘x’ is NULL so the result will be NULL

        What could be the cause?

        Thank you,

      • Hi,
        I’m getting the same error, running the example script in your book. Any hints/alternative ways of running it? Using Rstudio and R-3.0.1. Just installed the packages required for what you cover today.
        Regards,

      • Hi Gaston,
        When innerplot() command is used, and plot() as well.

        e.g.

        > innerplot(edu_inner, box.size = 0.1)
        Warning message:
        In rep(selfarrpos, length.out = ncomp) :
        ‘x’ is NULL so the result will be NULL

        > plot(foot_pls)
        Warning message:
        In rep(selfarrpos, length.out = ncomp) :
        ‘x’ is NULL so the result will be NULL

        > plot(foot_pls, what = “loadings”, arr.width = 0.1)
        Warning messages:
        1: In rep(selfarrpos, length.out = ncomp) :
        ‘x’ is NULL so the result will be NULL
        2: In rep(selfarrpos, length.out = ncomp) :
        ‘x’ is NULL so the result will be NULL
        3: In rep(selfarrpos, length.out = ncomp) :
        ‘x’ is NULL so the result will be NULL

        I’ve done an rm(list=ls()), and dev.off() and redone them all now – no help. I googled the error and nothing comes up either. Thing is, the plots still show up, although the arrows go funny (some arrowheads missing, all the arrow lengths missing), especially for the last one.

        Olivia

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