[R] Initializing lists with n objects (never mind)

Sam Field fieldsh at mail.med.upenn.edu
Fri May 11 17:54:45 CEST 2007

sorry every one. I figured it out. I didn't realize that you could add 
objects so easily. I just went with

example.list <- list(1)


Sam Field wrote:
> Hopefully quick question.   I would like to populate a list with n 
> objects using a for loop, so within the loop (i to n)  I need to refer 
> to a list as example.list[[i]] .  This requires that I create a 
> example.list[[i]] with n objects before the for loop.  How do I do 
> this?   With matrices it is easy (matrix()). 
> thanks!
> Sam
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