[R] Loops
Rui Barradas
ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Sun Jan 27 12:17:36 CET 2013
Hello,
I think there is an error in the expression
100-(100*abs(fa1[i]/sum(fa1[i])-(1/3)))
Note that fa1[i]/sum(fa1[i]) is always 1. If it's fa1[i]/sum(fa1), try
the following, using lists to hold the results.
# Make up some data
set.seed(6628)
p <- matrix(runif(300), nrow = 100)
idx <- seq(1, 100, by = 25)
fa <- lapply(idx, function(i) colSums(p[i:(i + 24), ]))
fa[[5]] <- colSums(p)
fab <- lapply(fa, function(x) 100 - 100*abs(x/sum(x) - 1/3))
fab
You can give names to the lists elements, if you want to.
names(fa) <- paste0("fa", 1:5)
names(fab) <- paste0("fa", 1:5, "b")
Hope this helps,
Rui Barradas
Em 27-01-2013 08:02, Francesca escreveu:
> Dear Contributors,
> I am asking help on the way how to solve a problem related to loops for
> that I always get confused with.
> I would like to perform the following procedure in a compact way.
>
> Consider that p is a matrix composed of 100 rows and three columns. I need
> to calculate the sum over some rows of each
> column separately, as follows:
>
> fa1<-(colSums(p[1:25,]))
>
> fa2<-(colSums(p[26:50,]))
>
> fa3<-(colSums(p[51:75,]))
>
> fa4<-(colSums(p[76:100,]))
>
> fa5<-(colSums(p[1:100,]))
>
>
>
> and then I need to apply to each of them the following:
>
>
> fa1b<-c()
>
> for (i in 1:3){
>
> fa1b[i]<-(100-(100*abs(fa1[i]/sum(fa1[i])-(1/3))))
>
> }
>
>
> fa2b<-c()
>
> for (i in 1:3){
>
> fa2b[i]<-(100-(100*abs(fa2[i]/sum(fa2[i])-(1/3))))
>
> }
>
>
> and so on.
>
> Is there a more efficient way to do this?
>
> Thanks for your time!
>
> Francesca
>
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