From: massimodisasha <massimodisasha_at_yahoo.it>

Date: Wed 04 Oct 2006 - 15:06:54 GMT

E_N_2 = zeros(ss,2);

E_N_2 <- zeros(ss,2)

for(i in 1:ss)

.....

.....?

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Date: Wed 04 Oct 2006 - 15:06:54 GMT

hi,

i'm new to R

i have a little script in matlab....

now i'm porting it to R but i've some problem.
how can i write in R language this

matlab/octave code:

LX = L ; >>> L is a matrixss = size(LX,1);

E_N_2 = zeros(ss,2);

for i = 1:ss

E_2 = E_0 + LX(i,1)*C(3)+LX(i,2)*C(4); >>>> E_0 , C(3), c(4)
are costant

N_2 = N_0 + LX(i,2)*C(3)-LX(i,1)*C(4);

r=[ E_2,N_2];

E_N_2(i,:)=r;

end

E_N_2

i'm try so :

library(matlab)

LX <- L ss <- dim(LX) ss <- ss[1]

E_N_2 <- zeros(ss,2)

for(i in 1:ss)

.....

.....?

thanks for any help :-)

Massimo

my mayor problem is to know how the "cicle for" works

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