[R] fft inverse display help

rkevinburton at charter.net rkevinburton at charter.net
Thu Oct 2 19:02:04 CEST 2008

Sorry, I must be looking at a different section but when I look at 3.4 in r-intro.pdf I see:

3.4 The class of an object
All objects in R have a class, reported by the function class. For simple vectors this is just the
mode, for example "numeric", "logical", "character" or "list", but "matrix", "array",
"factor" and "data.frame" are other possible values.
. . . .

This doesn't seem to indicate how/why plot shows a time series for the "exact" inverse fft yet shows Re vs. Im in a filtered version.

Thank you.


---- Dieter Menne <dieter.menne at menne-biomed.de> wrote: 
>  <rkevinburton <at> charter.net> writes:
> > 
> > My question is how does 'plot' know to implicilty call the plot.ts (in the
> case of the full "exact" spectrum
> > being fed back into the inverse?
> So the title should be "How does the specific incarnation of object orientation
> in R work?" Try, for example, section 3.4 and the "generic" classes in the
> R-intro.pdf
> Dieter
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