Hi Alex,
Is that what you're looking for:
> df <- data.frame(a=LETTERS[1:5], b=rnorm(5))
> df
a b
1 A -0.2401323
2 B -0.9414998
3 C 0.4289836
4 D 1.9802749
5 E -0.6993612
> df[3,2]
[1] 0.4289836
> df[3,]
a b
3 C 0.4289836
> df[,2]
[1] -0.2401323 -0.9414998 0.4289836 1.9802749 -0.6993612
> df[,2, drop=FALSE]
b
1 -0.2401323
2 -0.9414998
3 0.4289836
4 1.9802749
5 -0.6993612
See ?"[" for help. In short, in R you use "[", not brackets
as in matlab
(from your example, I've never used it). You don't need the
":", you
just don't write anything in R.
Ivan
Le 11/17/2010 14:34, Alaios a ?crit :> Hello is there in R any operator that give you all the data of a matrix
> for example in matlab
>
> x(2,3) returns the 2ndth row and 3rdth column
> x(2,:) returns all the columns of the 2nd row.
>
> In R now I would like to print all the
>
> CRagent[[i]][2]
>
>
> CRagent[[:]][2] doesnot work of course. Other option is to make a loop
with an index i that spans from 1:last element of CRagent[[]] but this is not
that optimal.
>
> I would like to thank you in aavance for your help
> Best Regards
> Alex
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