cbindX: Column-bind objects with different number of rows

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/cbindX.R

Description

cbindX column-binds objects with different number of rows.

Usage

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Arguments

...

matrix and data.frame objects

Details

First the object with maximal number of rows is found. Other objects that have less rows get (via rbind) additional rows with NA values. Finally, all objects are column-binded (via cbind).

Value

See details

Author(s)

Gregor Gorjanc

See Also

Regular cbind and rbind

Examples

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df1 <- data.frame(a=1:3, b=c("A", "B", "C"))
df2 <- data.frame(c=as.character(1:5), a=5:1)

ma1 <- matrix(as.character(1:4), nrow=2, ncol=2)
ma2 <- matrix(1:6, nrow=3, ncol=2)

cbindX(df1, df2)
cbindX(ma1, ma2)
cbindX(df1, ma1)
cbindX(df1, df2, ma1, ma2)
cbindX(ma1, ma2, df1, df2)

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