(Hopefully) fixed the error with the numerous bivariate saturated models. I believe...
authormhunter <mhunter@df83fd30-4cca-4c36-ab9d-e8b5583ccbd1>
Fri, 19 Apr 2013 16:11:54 +0000 (16:11 +0000)
committermhunter <mhunter@df83fd30-4cca-4c36-ab9d-e8b5583ccbd1>
Fri, 19 Apr 2013 16:11:54 +0000 (16:11 +0000)
commit10c77c2b998e50d495b14b8ffbcbd04a20894a28
treefc74d6d04585c67b804e83bb478188825e6c5dc6
parentd774db9043abd370e4a722972b4256dc49814570
(Hopefully) fixed the error with the numerous bivariate saturated models.  I believe it was a data generation problem with MASS::mvrnorm in which different operating systems returned the data with columns in different orders.

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demo/BivariateCorrelation.R
demo/BivariateHeterogeneity_MatrixRaw.R
demo/BivariateSaturated.R
demo/BivariateSaturated_MatrixCov.R
demo/BivariateSaturated_MatrixCovCholesky.R
demo/BivariateSaturated_MatrixRaw.R
demo/BivariateSaturated_MatrixRawCholesky.R
demo/BivariateSaturated_PathCov.R
demo/BivariateSaturated_PathRaw.R
demo/RowObjectiveFIMLBivariateSaturated.R
models/passing/bivCorM.R