Re: [R] Index matrix to pick elements from 3-dimensional matrix

From: Tony Plate <tplate_at_acm.org>
Date: Wed 27 Apr 2005 - 03:27:08 EST

I'm assuming what you want to do is randomly sample from slices of A selected on the 3-rd dimension, as specified by J. Here's a way that uses indexing by a matrix. The cbind() builds a three column matrix of indices, the first two of which are randomly selected. The use of replace() is to make the result have the same attributes, e.g., dim and dimnames, as J.

 > A <- array(letters[1:12],c(2,2,3))
 > J <- matrix(c(1,2,3,3),2,2)
 > replace(J, TRUE, A[cbind(sample(dim(A)[1], length(J), rep=T), 
sample(dim(A)[2], length(J), rep=T), as.vector(J))])
      [,1] [,2]

[1,] "b" "l"
[2,] "f" "k"
 > replace(J, TRUE, A[cbind(sample(dim(A)[1], length(J), rep=T), sample(dim(A)[2], length(J), rep=T), as.vector(J))])

      [,1] [,2]
[1,] "b" "l"
[2,] "h" "i"
 > replace(J, TRUE, A[cbind(sample(dim(A)[1], length(J), rep=T), sample(dim(A)[2], length(J), rep=T), as.vector(J))])

      [,1] [,2]
[1,] "c" "l"
[2,] "h" "k"
 >

Robin Hankin wrote:
> Hello Juhana
>
> try this (but there must be a better way!)
>
>
>
> stratified.select <- function(A,J){
> out <- sapply(J,function(i){sample(A[,,i],1)})
> attributes(out) <- attributes(J)
> return(out)
> }
>
> A <- array(letters[1:12],c(2,2,3))
> J <- matrix(c(1,2,3,3),2,2)
>
>
> R> stratified.select(A,J)
> [,1] [,2]
> [1,] "b" "i"
> [2,] "g" "k"
> R> stratified.select(A,J)
> [,1] [,2]
> [1,] "d" "j"
> [2,] "f" "l"
> R>
>
>
> best wishes
>
> Robin
>
>
>
>
> On Apr 26, 2005, at 05:16 am, juhana vartiainen wrote:
>

>> Hi all
>>
>> Suppose I have a dim=c(2,2,3) matrix A, say:
>>
>> A[,,1]=
>> a b
>> c d
>>
>> A[,,2]=
>> e f
>> g h
>>
>> A[,,3]=
>> i j
>> k l
>>
>> Suppose that I want to create a 2x2 matrix X, which picks elements 
>> from the above-mentioned submatrices according to an index matrix J 
>> referring to the "depth" dimension:
>> J=
>> 1 3
>> 2 3
>>
>> In other words, I want X to be
>> X=
>> a j
>> g l
>>
>> since the matrix J says that the (1,1)-element should be picked from 
>> A[,,1], the (1,2)-element should be picked from A[,,3], etc.
>>
>> I have A and I have J. Is there an expression in A and J that creates X?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Juhana
>>
>> juhana@fief.se
>>
>> -- 
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>>
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>> Director, FIEF (Trade Union Foundation for Economic Research, 
>> Stockholm), http://www.fief.se
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