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Tip revision: 5bc804b03d066ef4a2ab9cf3af6f4f2df5bcda4e authored by Martin Maechler on 23 September 2011, 00:00 UTC
version 0.7-9-1
Tip revision: 5bc804b
TODO
#### Major (to fix before next release) ########################################

(*) bug fixes for estimation methods!

#### Intermediate #####################################################################

(MM) R/special-func.R & man/Bernoulli.Rd: Research for better algorithms <--> Rmpfr

(MM) please take a look at gtrafouni() in ./R/gof.R: Can "Remillard" (and "Genest")
 be made faster? Especially "Remillard" is slow (although B Remillard told me that his
 method is faster than C. Genest's.)

#### Minor #####################################################################

(*) write nice little function that provides confidence intervals for tau and lambda's
(*) fix:
    cop <- onacopulaL("Frank", list(200, 1:2)); rnacopula(100, cop)
    maybe use limit copulas also for other families (upper frechet bound)
(*) add an ASCII-plot for the hierarchical structure;
    Actually, define setAs("nacopula", "dendrogram", ....) and then use
    dendrogram print()ing.
(*) design a function that gets an outer nacopula and returns a matrix of
    numbers which correspond to the different sectors; this can be used, e.g.,
    for building a [default] color-matrix for splom2 or for estimation purposes etc.
(*) it would be good to have tryCatch.W.E in the package [call it tryCatchWE --
    easier to type]
    Maybe one can also directly return a list with "value", "error", and "warning"?
    [So far, "value" can also contain the errors => a bit unhandy, but maybe the
    only "elegant" general solution]

(*) From time to time (well, whenever Marius has.. ;-)) check the .Rd files
    for overlong lines, i.e. apply
      for f in *Rd; do printf '%20s: ' $f ; printf '%4d\n' `maxcol $f` ; done


#### Long-term maybe ###########################################################

(*) implement Khoudraji or Liebscher trafo incl. density etc.
(*) allow families to have outer power parameters (outer power families)
(*) be compatible with package copula
(*) include pairwise estimators for nACs
(*) FIXME in enacopula (in estimation.R): return an object?
(*) can we create a function for the GIG generator similar to opower()?



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