[R] Problem of vocabulary : retrieve element of a list of a list

Ptit_Bleu ptit_bleu at yahoo.fr
Fri Aug 31 11:10:22 CEST 2007

In fact I read "R pour les debutants" by Emmanuel Paradis but I didn't find
the solution.
Then I looked for on R-Help with no result.

Again I do aplologize for this silly question and I thank you for the
solution (second one).
Ptit Bleu (who won't send others silly questions in the future) 

jiho wrote:
> On 2007-August-31  , at 10:17 , Ptit_Bleu wrote:
>>> x<-list(LETTERS[1:5], LETTERS[10:20])
> not sure to have understood exactly what you meant.
> if you want to search for the D in the list:
> 	lapply(x,charmatch,"D")
> should get you started.
> if you just want to know the syntax to extract an element from a list
> 	x[[1]][4]
> will get you the "D". but I a sure you would have found out if you  
> read the manual carefully.
> maybe you should read an R introduction and practice on the examples  
> there rather than go straight into your own data. It would take a  
> week at most and is very rewarding in the long term.
> An introduction in english:
> 	http://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/R-intro.pdf
> A nice one in French
> 	http://www.cran.r-project.org/doc/contrib/Paradis-rdebuts_fr.pdf
> Cheers,
> JiHO
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