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Re: DistributionsCommon

  • Subject: [mg2664] Re: DistributionsCommon
  • From: ianc (Ian Collier)
  • Date: Sun, 3 Dec 1995 02:54:35 -0500
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In article <49lm1s$89u at dragonfly.wri.com>, "Luis Fernando Segala"
<CAMILA at condor.ibilce.unesp.br> wrote:

>   I have load the package Statistics'ContinuousDistributions' because 
> I needs the pdf of some distributions, but when I use the command:
>   Needs["Statistics'ContinuousDistributions'"]
>   the error message says:
>   
>   Get::noopen: Can't open Statistics\ContinuousDistributions.m.
>   Needs:nocont:
>     Warning: Context Statistics'ContinuousDistributions'
>     was not create when Needs was evaluated.
>   
>   Sometimes the error message says:
>   
>   Get::noopen: Can't open Statistics\Common\DistributionsCommon.m.
>   

You need to use backquotes (`), not regular quotes (') as
context separators.

Try:

    Needs[ "Statistics`ContinuousDistributions`" ]

The backquote is located above the lft tab key on most
PC keyboards.

I hope this helps.

--Ian

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