[R] R [loop statement ]

Jim Lemon drjimlemon at gmail.com
Sat Apr 16 12:44:43 CEST 2016

Hi tan sj,
It is by no means easy to figure out what you want without the code,
but If I read your message correctly, you can run the loops either
way. When you have nested loops producing output, it is often a good
idea to include the parameters for each run in the output as well as
the result so that you don't get the results mixed up:



On Sat, Apr 16, 2016 at 12:06 PM, tan sj <sj_style_1125 at outlook.com> wrote:
> hi, i am new in this field.
> I am now writing a code in robustness simulation study. I have written a brief code "for loop" for the factor (samples sizes d,std deviation ) , i wish to test them in gamma distribution with equal and unequal skewness, with the above for loop in a single code if possible. Can i ask is that any suitable loop statement for this situation.
> This is my ideas ,all the two for loop runs then run for the first set of gamma distribution with equal skewness then store the result,
> then,
> all the two for loops run again and then run for the second set of gamma distribution with unequal skewness then store the result again.
> if-else statement look like is not quite suitable in this situation as it will run one set only.
> Please, i hope can get some help here. Thanks.
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