[R] for loop implementation in below problem

Jim Lemon drj|m|emon @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Mon Mar 22 06:59:13 CET 2021

```Hi Goyani,
You are setting "PRE" to the return value of "if" which is one of TRUE
(1), FALSE(0) or NULL. Because GAY is always missing in your example,
"PRE" is always set to 1. Then you always want to pass 1 in the sample
list, and that will not assign anything to PRE. By correcting the "if"
clause and defining matrices that are unlikely to be singular, I can
run a "for" loop as follows:

selection.index<- function(ID, phen_mat, gen_mat, weight_mat, GAY){
p<-as.matrix(phen_mat)
g<-as.matrix(gen_mat)
w<-as.matrix(weight_mat)
bmat<- solve(phen_mat) %*% gen_mat %*% weight_mat
GA<- 2.063 * t(bmat) %*% g %*% w / (t(bmat) %*% p %*% bmat)^0.5
if(missing(GAY)) PRE<-(GA/GA) * 100
else PRE<-(GA/GAY) * 100
result<-list(ID=ID,b=matrix(round(bmat,4),nrow=1),
GA=round(GA,4),PRE=round(PRE,4))
return(data.frame(result))
}

pmat<-matrix(sample(1:16,16),4)
gmat<-matrix(sample(17:32),16,4)
wmat<-matrix(sample(1:4,4),4)

mi<-combn(1:4,2)
sc<-list()
for(i in 1:ncol(matindx)) {
as.numeric(ID<-paste0(mi[,i]))
sc[[i]]<-selection.index(ID,pmat[mi[,i],mi[,i]],gmat[mi[,i],mi[,i]],
wmat[mi[,i]],1)
}

This produces output for me. Good luck with whatever you are doing with this.

Jim

On Mon, Mar 22, 2021 at 2:51 PM Goyani Zankrut <zankrut20 using gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Greetings of the day,
> Thank you for your response, Sir.
> The full problem statement is given below:
>
> In our case, I'm taking 4 traits.
> library(arrangements)
> a<- combinations(4,2) # gives 6 pairwise combinations
> class(a) # it's a "matrix" "array"
>
> now hypothetical data of three matrix for further calculation:
> pmat<- matrix(1:16, nrow = 4)
> gmat<- matrix(17:32, nrow = 4)
> wmat<- matrix(1:4, nrow = 4)
>
> My custom function for further calculations:
> selection.index<- function(ID, phen_mat, gen_mat, weight_mat, GAY){
>   ID = toString(ID)
>   p<- as.matrix(phen_mat)
>   g<- as.matrix(gen_mat)
>   w<- as.matrix(weight_mat)
>   bmat<- solve(phen_mat) %*% gen_mat %*% weight_mat
>   GA<- 2.063 * t(bmat) %*% g %*% w / (t(bmat) %*% p %*% bmat)^0.5
>   PRE<- if(missing(GAY)){
>     (GA/GA) * 100
>   } else {
>     (GA/GAY) * 100
>   }
>   result<- list("ID" = ID, "b" = matrix(round(bmat,4), nrow = 1), "GA" = round(GA,4), "PRE" = round(PRE,4))
>   return(data.frame(result))
> }
>
> Now I want to store this data into a list for further calculation:
> sc<- list()
> sc[[1]]<- selection.index(ID = 12, phen_mat = pmat[c(1,2),c(1,2)], gen_mat = gmat[c(1,2),c(1,2)], weight_mat = wmat[c(1,2),1])
> sc[[2]]<- selection.index(ID = 13, phen_mat = pmat[c(1,3),c(1,3)], gen_mat = gmat[c(1,3),c(1,3)], weight_mat = wmat[c(1,3),1])
> sc[[3]]<- selection.index(ID = 14, phen_mat = pmat[c(1,4),c(1,4)], gen_mat = gmat[c(1,4),c(1,4)], weight_mat = wmat[c(1,4),1])
> sc[[4]]<- selection.index(ID = 23, phen_mat = pmat[c(2,3),c(2,3)], gen_mat = gmat[c(2,3),c(2,3)], weight_mat = wmat[c(2,3),1])
> sc[[5]]<- selection.index(ID = 24, phen_mat = pmat[c(2,4),c(2,4)], gen_mat = gmat[c(2,4),c(2,4)], weight_mat = wmat[c(2,4),1])
> sc[[6]]<- selection.index(ID = 34, phen_mat = pmat[c(3,4),c(3,4)], gen_mat = gmat[c(3,4),c(3,4)], weight_mat = wmat[c(3,4),1])
> above list code is monotonous and time consuming for large data combination cycles like (7,2) = 21 combinations, (10,2) = 45 combinations. So I want to use the matrix a's each row as a vector in the selection.index function and result stores in a list.
>
> I hope now you will understand the full problem. I have checked the selection.index which has no issues and works well.
> Thank you.
>

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