partition: Patitions an object into different sets

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

Partitions an object into subsets of length defined in the sep argument.

Usage

1
2
partition.vector(x, sep, ...)
partition.matrix(x, rowsep, colsep, ...)

Arguments

x

object to be partitioned.

sep

determines how many elements should go into each set. The sum of sep should be equal to the length of x.

rowsep

determins how many rows should go into each set. The sum of rowsep must equal the number of rows in x.

colsep

determins how many columns should go into each set. The sum of colsep must equal the number of columns in x.

...

arguments used in other methods of partition.

Value

A list of equal length as sep containing the partitioned objects.

Author(s)

Charles Dupont

See Also

split

Examples

1
2
a <- 1:7
partition.vector(a, sep=c(1,3,2,1))

harrelfe/Hmisc documentation built on Oct. 3, 2019, 9:34 p.m.