This function "rbinds" the
data components of all sets in the input into a single matrix or data
A multiData structure.
A multiData structure is intended to store (the same type of) data for multiple, possibly independent,
(for example, expression data for several independent experiments). It is a list where
each component corresponds to an (independent) data set. Each component is in turn a list that can hold
various types of information but must have a
data component. In a "strict" multiData structure, the
data components are required to each be a matrix or a data frame and have the same number of
columns. In a "loose" multiData structure, the
data components can be anything (but for most
purposes should be of comparable type and content).
This function requires a "strict" multiData structure.
A single matrix or data frame containing the "rbinded" result.
multiData to create a multiData structure;
rbind for various subtleties of the row binding operation.