Combine multidimensional arrays.
One or more arrays with two or three dimensions
This function represents an extension to both the
cbind and the
rbind functions, and it is especially useful in constructing a single object to represent a multivariate system structure. Both square and rectangular arrays are supported provided that the dimensions in the input are equal.
Usually a three dimensional array
Data frames should be transformed into arrays
Antonio Rivero Ostoic
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## Create the data: two sets with a pair of binary relations ## among three elements arr1 <- round( replace( array( runif(18), c(3 ,3, 2) ), array( runif(18), c(3, 3, 2) ) > .5, 3 ) ) arr2 <- round( replace( array( runif(18), c(3 ,3, 2) ), array( runif(18), c(3, 3, 2) ) > .5, 3 ) ) ## bind the data sets zbind(arr1, arr2)
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