create_matrix_byname | R Documentation |

This function creates a "byname" matrix, or list of matrices, from `.dat`

,
depending on the input arguments.
This function is similar to `matrix()`

, but with "byname" characteristics.

create_matrix_byname(.dat, nrow, ncol, byrow = FALSE, dimnames)

`.dat` |
The data to be used to create the matrix, in a list format, or as a data frame column containing a list of the data to be used for each observation. |

`nrow` |
The number of rows to be used to create the matrix, in a list format, or as a data frame column containing a list of the number of rows to be used for each observation. |

`ncol` |
The number of columns to be used to create the matrix, in a list format, or as a data frame column containing a list of the number of columns to be used for each observation. |

`byrow` |
The argument stating whether the matrix should be filled by rows or by columns (FALSE by column, TRUE by row),
in a list format, or as a data frame column containing a list of the byrow argument for each observation.
Default is |

`dimnames` |
The dimension names to be used for creating the matrices, in a list format, or as a data frame column containing a list of the dimension names to be used for each observation. |

Row and column names are taken from the `dimnames`

argument.

Any row or column type information on `.dat`

is preserved on output.

A matrix, list of matrices, or column in a data frame, depending on the input arguments.

create_matrix_byname(c(1, 2), nrow = 2, ncol = 1, dimnames = list(c("r1", "r2"), "c1")) create_matrix_byname(list(1, 2), nrow = list(1, 1), ncol = list(1,1), dimnames = list(list("r1", "c1"), list("R1", "C1")))

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