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Indexing of tensors allows beside the ordinary selection of ranges of indices the renaming of indices. The functions are mainly here to keep the the tensor property of the results.

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slice.tensor(X,i,what,drop=FALSE)
## Methods for class tensor
# X[...,drop=TRUE]
# X[...,drop=TRUE] <- value
# X[[...,drop=TRUE]]
# X[[...,drop=TRUE]] <- value
``` |

`X` |
A tensor |

`i` |
an index given as number or character |

`what` |
levels of the index, a number or a character from dimnames |

`drop` |
a boolean, if true, indices with only a single level are removed |

`...` |
arguments of the form |

The functions allow to rename dimensions and to take select a part of the tensor.

a new tensor with dimensions renamed or individual levels selected

K. Gerald van den Boogaart

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tensorA documentation built on May 30, 2017, 4:24 a.m.

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