Re: [Rd] seq_along and rep_along

From: Hadley Wickham <hadley_at_rice.edu>
Date: Sun, 08 Jan 2012 18:24:48 -0600

> well put!  I would add, though, that t() generalizes to aperm(),
> and the magic package contains  arev()  which is a generalization
> of rev().

There are the flip operators of matlab, and rotating matrices/array by multiples of 90 degrees.

> I'm always on the lookout for other array functionality of this type
> that might sit well with magic.  Anyone?

Have you considered pulling out the matric manipulation functions from magic? I think they'd do well in their own package, and would be more findable.

Hadley

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