View source: R/rbind-fill-matrix.r

rbind.fill.matrix | R Documentation |

The matrices are bound together using their column names or the column
indices (in that order of precedence.) Numeric columns may be converted to
character beforehand, e.g. using format. If a matrix doesn't have
colnames, the column number is used. Note that this means that a
column with name `"1"`

is merged with the first column of a matrix
without name and so on. The returned matrix will always have column names.

rbind.fill.matrix(...)

`...` |
the matrices to rbind. The first argument can be a list of matrices, in which case all other arguments are ignored. |

Vectors are converted to 1-column matrices.

Matrices of factors are not supported. (They are anyways quite inconvenient.) You may convert them first to either numeric or character matrices. If a matrices of different types are merged, then normal covnersion precendence will apply.

Row names are ignored.

a matrix with column names

C. Beleites

`rbind`

, `cbind`

,
`rbind.fill`

Other binding functions:
`rbind.fill()`

A <- matrix (1:4, 2) B <- matrix (6:11, 2) A B rbind.fill.matrix (A, B) colnames (A) <- c (3, 1) A rbind.fill.matrix (A, B) rbind.fill.matrix (A, 99)

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