Re: [R] predict.lm - standard error of predicted means?

From: Prof Brian Ripley <ripley_at_stats.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Thu 21 Jul 2005 - 03:25:15 EST

On Wed, 20 Jul 2005, Peter Dalgaard wrote:

> mark salsburg <mark.salsburg@gmail.com> writes:
>
>> 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..
>
> A: What the !!##" does this have to do with the subject line?
>
> B: This should do it:
>
> cbind(A[rep(1:217,length=16063),], B)

But note that makes 74 + 5/217 copies of A, and I did wonder if that was the intention (or if not, what was intended).

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