# [R] Convert one rectangle into two rectangles

Ebert,Timothy Aaron tebert @end|ng |rom u||@edu
Tue Apr 26 18:32:07 CEST 2022

```Yes it is possible, but contingent on exactly what you want to do and the form of your data. Is this a picture with a rectangle, or is this a rectangular matrix?

If there is one pixel per square meter then the matrix has dimensions 18 by 200. 45% of 200 is 90.
Mat <- matrix(0, nrow=18, ncol=200)
Mat1 <- Mat[,1:90]
Mat2 <- Mat[,91:200]

If this is a graphical question, my thought would be to try Python. You would have to get Python to identify the rectangle and then give it some rules to split the rectangle.

Tim

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Dear R users;
I want to convert a rectangle into 2 new rectangles. I have a rectangle (18 m * 200 m), and I want to subtract 45 percent of it's area as a new rectangle. Is it possible to do this in R?
Sincerely.

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