[R] Question on list object

From: Bogaso Christofer <bogaso.christofer_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 22:53:54 +0530

Dear all, let say, I have following list object:  

listObj <- vector("list", length = 3)

listObj[[1]] <- rnorm(3)

listObj[[2]] <- rnorm(4)

listObj[[3]] <- rnorm(5)  

Now I want to convert above list into a Matrix. Ofcourse I can do it using "Reduce("rbind", listObj)". However as you notice that as elements of that list are arbitrary length vectors, I cant use this trick. What I want is to have a matrix with 3x5 dimension, where the remaining element of each row with be filled with NA, i.e I want :  

rbind(c(listObj[[1]], c(NA, NA)), c(listObj[[2]], c(NA)),listObj[[3]])  

Is there any better way on how I can do that more directly?  

Thanks and regards,

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