AintoB: Insert a matrix into another

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/AintoB.R

Description

Insert values from a matrix into another matrix baded on the rownames and colnames replacing the values.

Usage

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AintoB(A, B)

Arguments

A

A matrix to be inserted.

B

A matrix to insert in.

Details

If all the genes with pathway information are already calculated but you would like to use more genes when performing analysis. insert the once you have calculated on the matrix of genes.

Value

A matrix with the values of A in the matrix B.

Author(s)

Llu<c3><ad>s Revilla

Examples

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B <- matrix(ncol = 10, nrow = 10,
    dimnames = list(letters[1:10], letters[1:10]))
A <- matrix(c(1:15), byrow=TRUE, nrow=5,
    dimnames = list(letters[1:5], letters[1:3]))
AintoB(A, B)

# Mixed orders
colnames(A) <- c("c", "h", "e")
rownames(A) <- c("b", "a", "f", "c", "j")
AintoB(A, B)

# Missing colums or rows
colnames(A) <- c("d", "f", "k")
AintoB(A, B)

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