[R] Data structure to hold the following

Bert Gunter bgunter.4567 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 19:17:32 CET 2016

I would say that it depends on what you want to do with the data.


On Monday, February 15, 2016, Alaios via R-help <r-help at r-project.org>

> Dear all,I am using R to emulate radio propagation dynamics.
> I have 90 antennas in a region and each of these 90 antennas hold
> information about 36 points (these are all exactly the same and there is no
> need to differentiate them further)
> Each of these antennas now should keep information about the distances
> from the 36 points (each of the 90 antennas have a different distance for
> each of the unique 36 points), which gives use in total 90 times a 36
> elements vector.
> Each antenna should also keep a [36,600] matrix (each matrix describes in
> details the relation between one of the 90 antennas and one of the 36
> points and 600 elements are needed for doing that). In total that mines 90
> times [36,600] matrices
> What is an appropriate data structure for doing that in R ? I am giving
> fixed numbers here but in reality the 90,36 and 600 are just examples.
> Variable should be used here and thus we do not talk about fixed data
> structures before hand.
> I would like to thank you for your replyRegardsAlex
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