Description Usage Arguments Value Note See Also Examples
Utility function to extract some of the generated matrices, still in encoded form.
1 
RSobj 
object as obtained from using 
start 
number of the matrix to start with. When specifying 1 (the default value) the original input matrix is included in the output object. 
end 
last matrix to be extracted. If 
A list of class RSmpl
with components
n 
number of rows of the input matrix 
k 
number of columns of the input matrix 
inpmat 
the input matrix 
tfixed 

burn_in 
length of the burn in process 
n_eff 
number of generated matrices (effective matrices) 
step 
controls the number number of void matrices generated in the burn in
process and when effective matrices are generated (see note
in 
seed 
starting value for the random number generator 
n_tot 
number of matrices in 
outvec 
vector of encoded random matrices 
ier 
error code 
By default, all generated matrices plus
the original matrix (in position 1) are contained in
outvec
, thus n_tot = n_eff + 1
. If
the original matrix is not in outvec
then
n_tot = n_eff
.
For saving and loading objects
of class RSobj
see the example below.
For extracting a decoded (directly usable) matrix use rsextrmat
.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14  ctr < rsctrl(burn_in = 10, n_eff = 3, step=10, seed = 0, tfixed = FALSE)
mat < matrix(sample(c(0,1), 50, replace = TRUE), nr = 10)
all_m < rsampler(mat, ctr)
summary(all_m)
some_m < rsextrobj(all_m, 1, 2)
summary(some_m)
## Not run:
save(some_m, file = "some.RSobj")
some_new < load("some.RSobj")
summary(some_new)
## End(Not run)

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