# arrayIndex

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##### Converts vector indices to array indices

Converts vector indices to array indices assuming last array dimension to "move fastest", e.g. matrices are stored column by column.

Keywords
manip, internal, utilities
##### Usage
# S3 method for default
arrayIndex(i, dim, ...)
##### Arguments
i

A vector of vector indices to be converted to array indices.

dim

A non-empty numeric vector specifying the dimension of the array.

...

Not used.

##### Value

Returns an integer matrix of length(i) rows and length(dim) columns.

##### References

[1] H. Bengtsson, Bayesian Networks - a self-contained introduction with implementation remarks, Master's Thesis in Computer Science, Mathematical Statistics, Lund Institute of Technology, 1999.

From R v2.11.0 there is arrayInd(), which does the same thing as this method. which() with argument arr.ind=TRUE.

##### Aliases
• arrayIndex.default
• arrayIndex
##### Examples
# NOT RUN {
# Single index
print(arrayIndex(21, dim=c(4,3,3)))

# Multiple indices
print(arrayIndex(20:23, dim=c(4,3,3)))

# Whole array
x <- array(1:30, dim=c(5,6))
print(arrayIndex(1:length(x), dim=dim(x)))

# Find (row,column) of maximum value
m <- diag(4-abs(-4:4))
print(arrayIndex(which.max(m), dim=dim(m)))

# }

Documentation reproduced from package R.utils, version 2.7.0, License: LGPL (>= 2.1)

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