[R] extracting rows and columns from a big matrix
anxusgo at hotmail.com
Sun Jul 15 21:43:56 CEST 2012
Sorry so much for mistakes.
It was an example code and I commited some mistakes typing it. But meaning the original code is right (I have checked several times) I am not sure about how to solve the problem of extracting columns and rows using labels from a squared matrix. I have enclosed a text file with the idea in order to understand it better.
Thanks again, and sorry for the inconvenience.
> Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2012 14:53:47 -0400
> Subject: Re: [R] extracting rows and columns from a big matrix
> From: jholtman en gmail.com
> To: anxusgo en hotmail.com
> CC: r-help en r-project.org
> For a start, you are missing a quote and a parenthese on the
> statement; probably should be: (another quote was also missing)
> n<-subset(m, select=c("X1", "X7", "X12","X15", "X22", "X26", "X31",
> "X34", "X39", "X44", "X51", "X58"))
> Not sure what you want with the rownames; an example would help and
> post with 'dput'.
> On Sun, Jul 15, 2012 at 2:47 PM, A J <anxusgo en hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi there and thanks in advance.
> > I have a large symmetrical matrix stored in a text file. After load in R I would like to extract the same number of columns and rows (symmetrical submatrix) using their labels.
> > I have tried this code in order to extract columns, but R console gives me the "+" sign at the end of the code, pointing out incomplete command, so it is not working:
> > m<-read.table("C:/backup/symmetrical.csv")
> > n<-subset(m, select=c("X1", "X7", "X12", X15", "X22", "X26", "X31", "X34", "X39", "X44", "x51", "X58)
> > Therefore, I have no tried with row names yet.
> > Any suggestions? Sorry for the inconvenience. I have read some information about this but always have the same problem with "+" and I do not have any idea to follow.
> > Best,
> > AJ
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