mxOption {OpenMx} | R Documentation |

The function sets or clears an option that is specific to the optimizer in the back-end.

mxOption(model, key, value, reset = FALSE)

`model` |
An MxModel object |

`key` |
The name of the option. |

`value` |
The value of the option. |

`reset` |
If TRUE then reset all options to their defaults. |

Sets an option that is specific to the particular optimizer used in the back-end.
The name of the option is the ‘key’ argument. Use value = NULL to remove
an existing option. Before the model is submitted to the back-end, all keys and
values are converted into strings using the as.character function. To reset
all options to their default values, use reset = TRUE. If reset = TRUE, then 'key'
and 'value' are ignored. Use `getOption('mxOptions')`

to see the default
optimizer options.

OpenMx options

Calculate Hessian | [Yes|No] | calculate the hessian explicitly after optimization. |

Standard Errors | [Yes|No] | return standard error estimates from the explicitly calculate hessian. |

CI Max Iterations | i | the maximum number of retries when calculating confidence intervals. |

NPSOL-specific options

Nolist | this option suppresses printing of the options | |

Print level | i | the value of i controls the amount of printout produced by the major iterations |

Minor print level | i | the value of i controls the amount of printout produced by the minor iterations |

Print file | i | for i > 0 a full log is sent to the file with logical unit number i. |

Summary file | i | for i > 0 a brief log will be output to file i. |

Function Precision | r | a measure of accuracy with which f and c can be computed. |

Infinite Bound Size | r | if r > 0 defines the "infinite" bound bigbnd. |

Feasibility tolerance | r | the maximum acceptable absolute violations in linear and nonlinear constraints. |

Major iterations | i | the maximum number of major iterations before termination. |

Verify level | [-1:3|Yes|No] | see NPSOL manual. |

Line search tolerance | r | controls the accuracy with which a step is taken. |

Derivative Level | [0-3] | see NPSOL manual. |

Hessian | [Yes|No] | return the transformed Hessian (if ‘No’) or the Hessian itself (if ‘Yes’). |

Checkpointing options

Checkpoint Directory | the directory where to write checkpoint files |

Checkpoint Prefix | the string prefix to add to all checkpoint filenames |

Checkpoint Units | the type of units for checkpointing: 'minutes' or 'iterations' |

Checkpoint Count | the number of units between checkpoint intervals |

Socket Server | the server name for sending optimizer state information |

Socket Port | the port on the server for sending optimizer state information |

Socket Units | the type of units: 'minutes' or 'iterations' |

Socket Count | the number of units between communication to the server |

Model transformation options

No Sort Data | character vector of model names for which FIML data sorting is not performed |

RAM Inverse Optimization | "Yes" or "No" whether to enable solve(I - A) optimization |

RAM Max Depth | the maximum depth to be used when solve(I - A) optimization is enabled |

Returns the model with the optimizer option either set or cleared.

The OpenMx User's guide can be found at http://openmx.psyc.virginia.edu/documentation.

model <- mxModel() model <- mxOption(model, "Function Precision", 1e-5) model <- mxOption(model, "Standard Errors", "Yes") model <- mxOption(model, "Function Precision", NULL)

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