[R] Stacking of vectors to form a column vector

Olufemi Bolarinwa dafemlions at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Apr 30 04:48:24 CEST 2015

Thank you Jeff for your response.
My y1, y2, y3 are actually 3 columns in the data so I cannot use the c() function to concatenate them. I am confusing the "columns" with vectors. I actually meant columns.
Any help will be much appreciated

     On Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 22:31, Jeff Newmiller <jdnewmil at dcn.davis.CA.us> wrote:

 Vectors are not "columns" or "rows". Use the c() function to concatenate vectors.
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> wrote:
>Hello,I am estimating a system of nonlinear equation where I need to
>stack my vector of y. I have data of about 6000units. I tried using the
>rbind but instead of having a vector of 1 by 18000, it is giving me a 3
>by 6000 so that my matrix multiplication is non-conformable. The stack
>command requires an identifier but in this case, I do not have a unique
>I would like to stack the the first 6000 units of y1 on the 2nd 6000
>units of y2 and 6000 units of y3.
>Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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