Re: [MORPHMET] Question on Morpho

2017-07-14 Thread Antonio Profico
Dear Pablo, Yes, I wrote a function to read all the landmark configurations stored in a folder and sampled in Amira... Try : require(devtools) install.github("evoshape/Arothron", local=FALSE) data=read.amira.dir("pathofyourfolder","auto") Best, Antonio Il 14 lug 2017 16:51, "Pablo

RE: [MORPHMET] Question on Morpho

2017-07-14 Thread Murat Maga
.com] Sent: Friday, July 14, 2017 7:51 AM To: Antonio Profico <antonio.prof...@uniroma1.it> Cc: MORPHMET <morphmet@morphometrics.org>; morphmet_modera...@morphometrics.org Subject: Re: [MORPHMET] Question on Morpho Dear Antonio Excuse my delayed response. Thank you, your suggestion w

Re: [MORPHMET] Question on Morpho

2017-07-14 Thread Pablo Fisichella
Dear Antonio Excuse my delayed response. Thank you, your suggestion work quite fine, I made the GPA. However, as Paolo mentioned the coords looks so strange. I made .csv files from .pts files (in landmark). Here I attach one of my .csv and the corresponding .pts file. There is a way to read

Re: [MORPHMET] Question on Morpho

2017-07-13 Thread Paolo Piras
I think the problem is in the input: 3.30e+08 -1.08e+08 5.22e+08 etc. are very strange coordinates; I suspect some trouble in the csv file with comma symbol (, or .) ... maybe you prepared it with excel? There could be the problem. best paolio 2017-07-13 10:30 GMT+02:00

Re: [MORPHMET] Question on Morpho

2017-07-13 Thread Antonio Profico
Dear Pablo, try: proc <- ProcGPA(a$arr). The object "a" is a list, the array is an element (arr) of the list. Let me know if works, Antonio 2017-07-13 4:59 GMT+01:00 Pablo Fisichella : > Dear All > > I am using the package Morpho in order to make some GM analyses

[MORPHMET] Question on Morpho

2017-07-12 Thread Pablo Fisichella
Dear All I am using the package Morpho in order to make some GM analyses but I obtained some errors. Now I am trying to use the function read.csv.folder I ran this command a<-read.csv.folder("E:/Documents/Zan2", x = 2:44, y = 2:4, rownames = NULL, header = TRUE, dec = ",", sep = ";", pattern =