[R] From a list to a double-list/matrix

From: Alaios <alaios_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2011 08:11:36 -0700 (PDT)

Dear all ,
I would like to extend a list structure to a structure that can hold much more date. Please find a small example of my code and my questions regarding it:

lst <- list()

for (k in c(1:mmax)){ # 1 ..max as the f.fxy gets as input order-1.   for (l in c(1:nmax)){


    lst[[listcounter]] <-sr # Store the value inside lst     listcounter<-listcounter+1

In the code above I was calculating the values of a matrix sr(200*200 matrix) and then I was storing the whole .matrix inside the list called lst (lst[[listcounter]]<-sr).

This was used for one scenario. I would like to run the same but for 100 different scenarios (randomly created). Thus I want to extend lst to a double-list or a matrix that for every different out of the 100 scenarios stores everything. The ideal would be to have
lst[[listcounter]][[scenario_index]]<-sr where scenario_index is the index for the current scenario (ranges from 1 to 100).

Could you please explain me how I can do that in R?


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