[R] R fft on 2D matrix
ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de
Thu Apr 1 18:46:55 CEST 2004
Anne Gosset wrote:
> I am a brand new user of R and I have a really stupid problem: I am having troubles applying fft on 2D matrices.
> I import a data file of 256*256 elements with read.table (it is actually a grey scale image, the corresponding data file being generated with Matlab), and I find that the fft can be applied on one single column of data, but not on one row.
> (Error message:
> Error in fft(z, inverse) : non-numeric argument
Be careful: read.table() creates a data.frame, but not a matrix.
> Is it the format of the matrix which causes that trouble?
Well, the trouble is that it is a data.frame. Try as.matrix(X), if the
contents was numeric data.
> (although I checked with the editor that the matrix was well imported)
> Besides this, it is not possible to plot one single row of data (strange plot with the names of variables appearing).
Again, you got a data.frame with 1 row, but 256 variables. Hence the
plot is a scatterplot matrix, with the one observation plotted.
> Thanks in advance for your help,
> Anne Gosset
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