Create multidimensional arrays
Description
Alternative ways of creating arrays
Convert dataframe to contingency table
Usage
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Arguments
names 
Names of variables defining table; a character vector or a right hand sided formula. 
levels 
1) a list with specification of the levels of the factors in

values 
values to go into the parray 
normalize 
Either "none", "first" or "all". Should result be normalized, see 'Details' below. 
smooth 
Should values be smoothed, see 'Details' below. 
indata 
A dataframe. 
Details
If normalize="first"
then for each configuration of
all other variables than the first, the probabilities are
normalized to sum to one. Thus f(a,b,c) becomes a conditional
probability table of the form p(ab,c). If
normalize="all"
then the sum over all entries of
f(a,b,c) is one.
If smooth
is positive then
smooth
is added to values
before normalization
takes place.
Value
An array.
Author(s)
Søren Højsgaard, sorenh@math.aau.dk
See Also
arperm
, aradd
, arprod
etc.
Examples
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21  universe < list(gender=c('male','female'),
answer=c('yes','no'),
rain=c('yes','no'))
t1 < newar(c("gender","answer"), levels=universe, values=1:4)
t1
t2 < newar(~gender:answer, levels=universe, values=1:4)
t2
t3 < newar(~gender:answer, c(2,2), values=1:4)
t3
## Extract arrays from dataframe (much like xtabs() but with more flexibility)
data(cad1)
df2xtabs(cad1, ~Sex:AngPec:AMI)
df2xtabs(cad1, c("Sex","AngPec","AMI"))
df2xtabs(cad1, c(1,2,3))
## Extract arrays from dataframe (much like xtabs() but with more flexibility)
data(cad1)
df2xtabs(cad1, ~Sex:AngPec:AMI)
df2xtabs(cad1, c("Sex","AngPec","AMI"))
df2xtabs(cad1, c(1,2,3))
