R/write.TSD_modifyd000.R

Defines functions write.TSD_modifyd000

Documented in write.TSD_modifyd000

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#' When 'x' is given with variables in a dissimilar order than an existing file to which the data should be appended, modifyd000() alters the dimension information to match the existing file.
#'
#' @param y  is a vector of dimension information stored as c(narrays_1, ndims_1, indx_1, dims_1, narrays_2, ndims_2, indx_2, dims_2, ... , narrays_numt, ndims_numt, indx_numt, dims_numt), where 'narrays_p' is the number of variables at time step 'p' that have dimension (vectors are not regarded av having dimension, corresponding to the dim() function), 'ndims_p' is the number of dimensions for each variable at time step 'p', 'indx_p' is the indices for the variables that posess dimension at time step 'p', and 'dims_p' are the dimension values for the variables indexed by 'indx_p' at time step 'p'..
#' @param lablPresent  is a vector of the labels present in the existing file.
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#' @return
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#' @examples
#' \dontrun{}
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#' @export
#' @rdname write.TSD_modifyd000
#'
write.TSD_modifyd000<-function(y, lablPresent){
	
	############ AUTHOR(S): ############
	# Arne Johannes Holmin
	############ LANGUAGE: #############
	# English
	############### LOG: ###############
	# Start: 2014-10-17 - Clean version.
	########### DESCRIPTION: ###########
	# When 'x' is given with variables in a dissimilar order than an existing file to which the data should be appended, modifyd000() alters the dimension information to match the existing file.
	########## DEPENDENCIES: ###########
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	############ DETAILS: ############
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	############ VALUE: ############
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	############ REFERENCES: ############
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	############ SEAALSO: ############
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	############ EXAMPLES: ############
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	############ VARIABLES: ############
	# ---d000--- is a vector of dimension information stored as c(narrays_1, ndims_1, indx_1, dims_1, narrays_2, ndims_2, indx_2, dims_2, ... , narrays_numt, ndims_numt, indx_numt, dims_numt), where 'narrays_p' is the number of variables at time step 'p' that have dimension (vectors are not regarded av having dimension, corresponding to the dim() function), 'ndims_p' is the number of dimensions for each variable at time step 'p', 'indx_p' is the indices for the variables that posess dimension at time step 'p', and 'dims_p' are the dimension values for the variables indexed by 'indx_p' at time step 'p'..
	# ---lablPresent--- is a vector of the labels present in the existing file.
	

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	if(length(y$var)==0){
		return(list())
	}
	else{
		y$var <- lapply(y$var, function(x) lablPresent[match(x, lablPresent[, 1]), 2])
		return(y)
	}
	
	### lx <- length(y)
	### at <- 1
	### while(at<lx){
	### 	narrays <- y[at]
	### 	at <- at + 1
	### 	if(narrays>0){
	### 		ndim <- y[at + seq(0, narrays-1)]
	### 		at <- at + narrays
	### 		# Match against the existing file:
	### 		y[at+seq(0, narrays-1)] <- lablPresent[match(y[at+seq(0, narrays-1)], lablPresent[, 1]), 2]
	### 		at <- at + narrays + sum(ndim)
	### 		}
	### 	}
	### y
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	}
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