Environment containing the old gsi functions

Compositional Data Analysis

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Finds the inverse of a permutation given as a vector of indices.

1 | ```
gsi2.invperm( i,n )
``` |

`i` |
a sequence of different integers in |

`n` |
the number of elements to be permuted |

The inverse permutation is defined by `p[`

and
`v`]==1:n`v[`

.
`p`]==1:n

an integer vector `v` describing the inverse permutation of p.

Do not use gsi.* functions directly since they are internal functions of the package

K.Gerald v.d. Boogaart http://www.stat.boogaart.de

1 | ```
#gsi2.invperm(c(2,3),10)
``` |

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