[R] Simple question about Lists
Gabor Grothendieck
ggrothendieck at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 12:19:14 CET 2006
Try this:
> L <- list(matrix(1:10, 10))
> L
[[1]]
[,1]
[1,] 1
[2,] 2
[3,] 3
[4,] 4
[5,] 5
[6,] 6
[7,] 7
[8,] 8
[9,] 9
[10,] 10
> plot(L[[1]])
If your object is somehow different then please display it like this:
dput(x, control = "all")
where x is your object so we can reproduce it exactly.
On 11/2/06, Wee-Jin Goh <wjgoh at brookes.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I know this must be a very simple problem, but I can't work it out
> from the documentation that is available. I've got a list of data I
> would like to plot (the weights of a single neuron that was trained
> using the neural package). The problem I'm encountering is that this
> set of weights, are in the form of a list.
>
> > network$weigth[1]
> [[1]]
> [,1]
> [1,] -0.04687623
> [2,] -0.54087443
> [3,] -1.68130221
> [4,] -0.82295266
> [5,] 1.60848361
> [6,] 1.55903277
> [7,] 0.29005900
> [8,] 1.24387657
> [9,] -0.05129092
> [10,] -1.22469042
> [11,] -2.64470326
> [12,] 0.10517494
> [13,] 1.87561741
> [14,] 1.93962447
> [15,] 0.99212323
> [16,] 0.46430803
> [17,] -0.31660246
> [18,] -0.81997588
> [19,] 0.22277782
> [20,] 0.97456769
> [21,] 0.46083111
> [22,] 1.46876956
> [23,] -0.19702465
> [24,] -0.34898054
> [25,] 1.22504724
>
> Now, I've tried as.vector to convert it to a vector for plotting.
> Doesn't work. Tried as.matrix, that too doesn't work. I've tried
> accessing individual elements, but that doesn't work as network$weigth
> [1] returns what seems to me is a matrix but it doens't act like a
> matrix.
>
> Any help would be much obliged.
>
> Wee-Jin
>
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