bindArr | R Documentation |

concatenate multiple 3-dimensional arrays and/or 2-dimensional matrices to one big array

bindArr(..., along = 1, collapse = FALSE)

`...` |
matrices and/or arrays with appropriate dimensionality to combine to one array, or a single list containing suitable matrices, or arrays). |

`along` |
dimension along which to concatenate. |

`collapse` |
logical: if the resulting array is shallow (only 1 dimension deep), it is converted to a matrix. |

dimnames, if present and if differing between entries, will be concatenated, separated by a "_".

returns array of combined matrices/arrays

`cbind`

, `rbind`

, `array`

A <- matrix(rnorm(18),6,3) B <- matrix(rnorm(18),6,3) C <- matrix(rnorm(18),6,3) #combine to 3D-array newArr <- bindArr(A,B,C,along=3) #combine along first dimension newArr2 <- bindArr(newArr,newArr,along=1)

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