[R] for ( i in 23:0 ) { V <- vector [ 1 : i ] }
Rui Barradas
ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Wed Oct 24 18:46:26 CEST 2012
Hello,
Try the following.
lapply(1:23, function(i) 1:i)
As for why yuor code doesn't work, you're assigning 24 times a value to
V, on loop exit only the last one is there. A correct way using loops
would be
V <- list()
for(i in 1:23)
V[[i]] <- 1:i
Beware that the last vector goes from 1 _down_ to 0.
And do read An Introduction to R, file R-intro.pdf in your R/doc directory.
Hope this helps,
Em 24-10-2012 13:25, colaiutachambers escreveu:
> I'm used to run that on Matlab
>>> for indice=1:23,
> V=vector(1:indice)
> end
> that give me 23 vectors as output.
>
> Why the same command on R " for ( i in 23:0 )
{ V <- vector [ 1 : i ] } "
> returns one only vector?
> How can I obtain the 23 vectors that I need ?
>
> Thank you.
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