From: axionator <axionator_at_gmail.com>

Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2008 14:11:43 +0100

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i.e. go through the vector u,v,w, take at each time the 1st, 2sd, ... elements and store them consecutively in z. Is there an efficient way in R to do this?

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Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2008 14:11:43 +0100

Hi all,

I have an unkown number of vectors (>=2) all of the same length. Out
of these, I want to construct a new one as follows:

having vectors u,v and w, the resulting vector z should have entries: z[1] = u[1], z[2] = v[1], z[3] = w[1] z[4] = u[2], z[5] = v[2], z[6] = w[2]

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i.e. go through the vector u,v,w, take at each time the 1st, 2sd, ... elements and store them consecutively in z. Is there an efficient way in R to do this?

Thanks in advance

Armin

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