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#' Repeat each column of a matrix n times
#'
#' This function repeats each column of a matrix n times
#'
#' @param x is the input matrix
#' @param n is the number of repetitions (can be a vector)
#' @return matrix with repeated columns
repcol <- function(x, n) {
s <- NCOL(x)
if (length(n) == 1) {
return(matrix(x[, rep(1:s, each = n)], nrow = NROW(x), ncol = s * n))
}
matrix(x[, rep(1:s, n)], nrow = NROW(x), ncol = sum(n))
}

#' Repeat each row of a matrix n times
#'
#' This function repeats each row of a matrix n times
#'
#' @param x is the input matrix
#' @param n is the number of repetitions (can be a vector)
#' @return matrix with repeated rows
reprow <- function(x, n) {
s <- NROW(x)
if (length(n) == 1) {
return(matrix(x[rep(1:s, each = n), ], nrow = s * n, ncol = NCOL(x)))
}
matrix(x[rep(1:s, n), ], nrow = sum(n), ncol = NCOL(x))
}

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