[R] vectorising ifelse()

From: Federico Calboli <f.calboli_at_imperial.ac.uk>
Date: Fri 22 Jul 2005 - 09:44:08 EST


Hi All,

is there any chance of vectorising the two ifelse() statements in the following code:

for(i in gp){

   new[i,1] = ifelse(srow[i]>0, new[srow[i],zippo[i]], sample(1:100, 1,
prob =Y1, rep = T))
   new[i,2] = ifelse(drow[i]>0, new[drow[i]>0,zappo[i]], sample(1:100,
1, prob =Y1, rep = T))
 }

Where I am forced to check if the value of drow and srow are >0 for each line... in practical terms, I am attributing haplotypes to a pedigree, so I have to give the haplotypes to the parents before I give them to the offspring. The vectors *zippo* and *zappo* are the chances of getting one or the other hap from the sire and dam respectively. *gp* is the vectors of non-ancestral animals. *new* is a two col matrix where the haps are stored.

Cheers,

Federico

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Federico C. F. Calboli
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