[R] Extracting Vectors from Lists of Lists Produced by Functions
Sundar Dorai-Raj
sundar.dorai-raj at pdf.com
Fri May 30 21:53:46 CEST 2003
White, Charles E WRAIR-Wash DC wrote:
> If you found my subject heading to be confusing then I'm sure you'll enjoy
> the example I've included below. I find the apply type functions to be
> wonderful for avoiding loops but when I use them with existing functions, I
> end up using loops anyway to extract the vectors I want. I would appreciate
> it if someone could show me how to avoid these loops. Thanks.
>
> EXAMPLE:
> noise<-matrix(data = rnorm(15, mean=0, sd=1), nrow = 5, ncol = 3,
> byrow = FALSE, dimnames = NULL)
> measure<-apply(noise,2,t.test)
> measure
> tval<-NULL
> df<-NULL
> pval<-NULL
> for (i in 1:length(measure)){
> tval[i]<-measure[[i]][[1]]
> df[i]<-measure[[i]][[2]]
> pval[i]<-measure[[i]][[3]]}
> data.frame(tval,df,pval)
>
> Charles E. White, Biostatistician
> Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
> 503 Robert Grant Ave., Room 1w102
> Silver Spring, MD 20910-1557
> 301 319-9781
> WRAIR Home Page: http://wrair-www.army.mil/
>
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Charles,
Use a data.frame and sapply instead.
sapply(as.data.frame(noise), function(x) t.test(x)[1:3])
Sundar
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