vec2mat

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Auxiliary function, produces matrix from vector

The number of elements of vec are the number of non-zero elements in the adjacency matrix. It performs the opposite operation of `mat2vec.ix`.

Usage
vec2mat(vec, directed, selfloops, n)
Arguments
vec

vector to be put in matrix form

directed

a boolean argument specifying whether object is directed or not.

selfloops

a boolean argument specifying whether the model should incorporate selfloops.

n

vector. if length(n)==1, n is the number of vertices. If length(n)==3 first element is number of vertices, second and third elements are number of vertices for row and column of bipartite matrix.

Value

matrix nxn generated from vector.

Aliases
  • vec2mat
Examples
# NOT RUN {
data('adj_karate')
ix <- mat2vec.ix(adj_karate, FALSE, FALSE)
vec <- adj_karate[ix]
vec2mat(vec, FALSE, FALSE, nrow(adj_karate))

# }
Documentation reproduced from package ghypernet, version 1.0.0, License: AGPL-3

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