[R] Split a vector(list) into 3 list
pwang at berkeley.edu
Fri May 18 02:44:09 CEST 2007
no index function was defined in R.
I try to use the split(order(temp), temp), the number of groups are
correct, however the result doesnot seem to be correct. I try to match
before the ordered index and the original index.
> If temp is your vector then split(index(temp),temp) will give you what
> you want.
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> Subject: [R] Split a vector(list) into 3 list
> I have a vector contains values 1,2,3.
> Can I call a function split to split it into 3 vectors with 1
> corresponds to value ==1, which contain all the indexes for value==1.
> 2 corresponds to value ==2 which contain all the indexes for value=2
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