[R] Efficient way for multiplying vectors with a only certain number of rows in a matrix
Ralph79
ralph.statistics at gmx.net
Mon Jan 21 11:53:34 CET 2008
Thanks, Henrique!
Your approach definitely works and gives the result that I need, but the
calculations takes quite a while. As this problem itself is part of loop
(Markov Chain), I am still looking for faster and truely vectorized
solutions, maybe after a re-organisation of the data matrices?
I'd be grateful for any further suggestions!
Henrique Dallazuanna wrote:
>
> Perhaps:
> n.obs = 800
> n.rowsperobs = 300
> n.param = 23
>
> Designmat = matrix(rnorm(n.obs*n.rowsperobs*n.param),ncol=n.param)
>
> Betamat = matrix(rnorm(n.obs*n.param),nrow=n.param)
>
> Design.spl <- split(as.data.frame(Designmat), rep(1:n.obs,
> each=n.rowsperobs))
> res <- sapply(1:ncol(Betamat),
> function(x)as.matrix(Design.spl[[x]])%*%Betamat[,x])
>
>
>
> On 20/01/2008, Ralph79 <ralph.statistics at gmx.net> wrote:
>>
>> Dear R-users,
>>
>> I am working on a problem that I am currently not able to solve
>> efficiently.
>> It is about multiplying one column of a matrix with only a certain number
>> of
>> rows of another matrix.
>>
>> Let me illustrate my problem with an example:
>>
>> n.obs = 800
>> n.rowsperobs = 300
>> n.param = 23
>>
>> Designmat = matrix(rnorm(n.obs*n.rowsperobs*n.param),ncol=n.param)
>>
>> Betamat = matrix(rnorm(n.obs*n.param),nrow=n.param)
>>
>> In this example, "Designmat" consists of 800*300 rows, meaning that 300
>> rows
>> belong to one of the 800 observations.
>>
>> Each observation has also one parameter vector, which is one column in
>> the
>> "Betamat"-matrix (i.e. Betamat contains the n.obs parameter vectors).
>>
>> My goal is to multiply the parameter vector of each observation (i.e. the
>> respective column in Betamat) with ONLY THOSE ROWS IN DESIGNMAT that
>> belong
>> to this observation.
>> Applied to the example above: The first column in Betamat has to be
>> multiplied with the first 300 rows in Designmat, the second column in
>> Betamat has to be multiplied with rows 301 to 600 in Betamat and so on.
>> Hence, the result of this operation should be a vector of length 240000.
>>
>> I can think of solutions implying several loops and/or lapplys, but I
>> guess
>> that there might be a much easyer and above all faster solution.
>>
>> Thank you very much for your help in advance.
>>
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>
>
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