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HTH,
Jorge
On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 10:52 AM, clips10 <> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I have a vector of time in days t<-1:48.
>
> I have observations and the day they were recorded. I also have a vector, S
> which takes different values depending on which day the observation was
> recorded. For example if on day 1 all in vector S get a value of 46/48, on
> day 2 get 42/48, day 3 38/48, decreasing by 4/48 each time until day 12
> gets
> the value 2/48. Then for any day greater than 12 the vector S has value 0.
>
> I want to create a vector which gives the values of S in terms of days, t.
> I have tried:
>
> t<-1:48
> for(i in 1:t){
> S<-rep(0,48)
> if(t<12){
> S[i]<-(48-3*t)/48}
> else{
> S[i]<-0}
> }
>
> but this doesn't work. I'm fairly new to R and don't have much skill in
> manipulating things. I'm trying to plot time against this vector so need it
> in terms of t. Sorry that this isn't even very clear in what I want and I'm
> aware that the (48-3*t)/48 won't even give me the
> 46/48,42/48,38/48....2/48,0....0 pattern I'm after but no idea what to do!
>
> Any help would be great.
> Thanks
>
>
>
>
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