[R] apply with as function ifelse with 2 logical conditions
nerak.t at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 20 10:40:56 CET 2012
I have a question concerning using several conditions in an ifelse function
used as the function in apply.
I want to create a new value with the function ifelse ‘ object which can be
coerced to logical mode “test[n,] >1 & test[n-1,]==0”
With n I mean the row. I don’t know how I could do this without a loop. I
want to avoid the usage of loops and was thinking about apply. This was what
I was thinking about:
But I get 3 times the amount of rows than that I want…
what I should achieve:
Has someone a suggestions about what I’m doing wrong?
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