From: <Matthias.Kohl_at_uni-bayreuth.de>

Date: Sun 17 Oct 2004 - 17:26:15 EST

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Date: Sun 17 Oct 2004 - 17:26:15 EST

maybe, the point is that is.vector "attempts to coerce its argument into a vector", but here it fails

is.matrix(as.vector(x1mat))

**[1] TRUE
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Matthias

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> The following, which was recently discussions on the rcom-l list,

*> is a situation where coercing x1mat to a vector using as.vector
**> results in an object that is.vector says is not a vector:
**>
**> R> x1mat<-matrix(list(1,1.1,1+1i,"a",NA,NaN), 3, 2)
**> R> is.vector(as.vector(x1mat))
**> [1] FALSE
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