Re: [Rd] seq_along and rep_along

From: robin hankin <>
Date: Mon, 09 Jan 2012 08:58:55 +1300

hello folks


> but it is frustrating when base
> functionality only works with vectors, not matrices, or arrays. It
> would be more compelling if (e.g.) t and rev also had dimension
> arguments.
> Hadley
> --

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

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

best wishes


> Assistant Professor / Dobelman Family Junior Chair
> Department of Statistics / Rice University
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