[R] using list to pass argument to function
TyagiAnupam@aol.com
TyagiAnupam at aol.com
Fri Nov 15 02:44:06 CET 2002
A brief follow up on an earlier posting. Thanks for the earlier suggestion.
How does it matter if I pass a list or a vector of
arguments to a function that is written to take individual arguments:
f3args <- function(a1, a2, a3) { definition}
f1 <- function(b1, b2) {
calculations
n <- samplesize
b<- someestimate
c<- anotherestimate
d <- c(n, b, c)
h <- sapply(rep(d, R), f3args)
}
e <- c(m, n)
k <- sapply(rep(e, R), f1)
Is there a problem with this. Can one pass a vector of arguments to a
fucntion that is written for individual arguments. What would be a good way
for doing this?
--Anupam.
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