abind: Combine Multidimensional Arrays
Version 1.4-6

Combine multidimensional arrays into a single array. This is a generalization of 'cbind' and 'rbind'. Works with vectors, matrices, and higher-dimensional arrays. Also provides functions 'adrop', 'asub', and 'afill' for manipulating, extracting and replacing data in arrays.

AuthorTony Plate <tplate@acm.org> and Richard Heiberger
Date of publication2017-03-26 14:12:18
MaintainerTony Plate <tplate@acm.org>
LicenseLGPL (>=2)
Version1.4-6
Package repositoryView on R-Forge
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("abind", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")

Popular man pages

abind: Combine multi-dimensional arrays
acorn: Return a corner of an array object (like head)
adrop: Drop dimensions of an array object
afill: Fill an array with subarrays
asub: Arbitrary subsetting of array-like objects at specified...
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Man pages

abind: Combine multi-dimensional arrays
acorn: Return a corner of an array object (like head)
adrop: Drop dimensions of an array object
afill: Fill an array with subarrays
asub: Arbitrary subsetting of array-like objects at specified...

Functions

abind Man page Source code
acorn Man page Source code
acorn.default Man page Source code
adrop Man page Source code
adrop.default Man page Source code
afill Man page
afill<- Man page
afill<-.default Man page
ahead Man page
asub Man page Source code
asub.default Man page Source code

Files

ChangeLog
DESCRIPTION
NAMESPACE
R
R/abind.R
R/acorn.R
R/adrop.R
R/afill.R
R/asub.R
man
man/abind.Rd
man/acorn.Rd
man/adrop.Rd
man/afill.Rd
man/asub.Rd
tests
tests/abind.R
tests/abind.Rout.save
tests/adrop.R
tests/adrop.Rout.save
tests/afill.R
tests/afill.Rout.save
tests/asub.R
tests/asub.Rout.save
tests/dnns.R
tests/dnns.Rout.save
tests/tmp.txt
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