From: mark salsburg <mark.salsburg_at_gmail.com>

Date: Thu 21 Jul 2005 - 03:24:15 EST

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Date: Thu 21 Jul 2005 - 03:24:15 EST

On 7/20/05, Pedro de Barros <pbarros@ualg.pt> wrote:

> Please clarify:

*> Is there a column of common values that you want to use to merge the two
**> matrices together? Or do you just want to replicate matrix A enough times
**> to have the same number of rows as B? I could think this was the case, but
**> 16063 is not a multiple of 217.
**> Anyway, you will have to change the colnames of at least one of them.
**>
**> Pedro
**> At 18:03 20/07/2005, you wrote:
**> >Can someone please refer me to a function or method that resolves this
**> >structuring issue:
**> >
**> >I have two matrices with identical colnames (89), but varying number
**> >of observations:
**> >
**> >matrix A matrix B
**> >
**> >217 x 89 16063 x 89
**> >
**> >I want to creat one matrix C that has both matrices adjacent to one
**> >another, where matrix A is duplicated many times to create the same
**> >row number for matrix B, i.e. 16063.
**> >
**> >matrixA matrix B
**> >matrixA
**> >matrixA
**> >
**> >so matrix C will be 16063 x 178
**> >
**> >I've tried cbind() and merge() with no success..
**> >
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