```
# Modified from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13088770/how-to-write-linearly-dependent-column-in-a-matrix-in-terms-of-linearly-independ
# Function to find linearly dependednt columns of a matrix
linColumnFinder <- function(mat){
mat[is.na(mat)] = 0
# If the matrix is full rank then we're done
if(qr(mat)$rank == ncol(mat)){
return(list(indepCols = seq(1,ncol(mat),1), relations = "Matrix is of full rank"))
}
m <- ncol(mat)
# cols keeps track of which columns are linearly independent
cols <- 1
All.message <- c()
for(i in seq(2, m)){
ids <- c(cols, i)
mymat <- mat[, ids]
if(qr(mymat)$rank != length(ids)){
# Regression the column of interest on the previous columns to figure out the relationship
o <- lm(mat[,i] ~ as.matrix(mat[,cols]) + 0)
# Construct the output message
start <- paste0(colnames(mat)[i], " = ")
# Which coefs are nonzero
nz <- !(abs(coef(o)) <= .Machine$double.eps^0.5)
tmp <- colnames(mat)[cols[nz]]
vals <- paste(coef(o)[nz], tmp, sep = "*", collapse = " + ")
message <- paste0(start, vals)
All.message <- c(All.message,message)
} else {
# If the matrix subset was of full rank
# then the newest column in linearly independent
# so add it to the cols list
cols <- ids
}
}
return(list(indepCols = cols, relations = All.message))
}
```

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