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Rank of a Matrix

Returns the rank of a matrix X, using the QR decomposition, QR. Included here as a simple function, because rank does something different and it is not obvious what to use for matrix rank.

Usage
R(X)
Arguments
X

a matrix

Value

rank of X

See Also

qr

Aliases
  • R
Examples
# NOT RUN {
M <- outer(1:3, 3:1)
M
R(M)

M <- matrix(1:9, 3, 3)
M
R(M)
# why rank=2?
echelon(M)

set.seed(1234)
M <- matrix(sample(1:9), 3, 3)
M
R(M)
# }
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siddappahugar12@gmail.com at Oct 26, 2017 matlib v0.8.1

seven coin are tossed . number of heads noted the experiment this repeated 128 times at the following distribution is obtained using in R 1.fit a binomial distribution function . the two coin is unbaised 2.the nature coin is not known xvalues=0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 fvalues=7,6,19,35,30,23,7,1