array_reshape

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Reshape an Array

Reshape (reindex) a multi-dimensional array, using row-major (C-style) reshaping semantics by default.

Usage
array_reshape(x, dim, order = c("C", "F"))
Arguments
x

An array

dim

The new dimensions to be set on the array.

order

The order in which elements of x should be read during the rearrangement. "C" means elements should be read in row-major order, with the last index changing fastest; "F" means elements should be read in column-major order, with the first index changing fastest.

Details

This function differs from e.g. dim(x) <- dim in a very important way: by default, array_reshape() will fill the new dimensions in row-major (C-style) ordering, while dim<-() will fill new dimensions in column-major (Fortran-style) ordering. This is done to be consistent with libraries like NumPy, Keras, and TensorFlow, which default to this sort of ordering when reshaping arrays. See the examples for why this difference may be important.

Aliases
  • array_reshape
Examples
library(reticulate) # NOT RUN { # let's construct a 2x2 array from a vector of 4 elements x <- 1:4 # rearrange will fill the array row-wise array_reshape(x, c(2, 2)) # [,1] [,2] # [1,] 1 2 # [2,] 3 4 # setting the dimensions 'fills' the array col-wise dim(x) <- c(2, 2) x # [,1] [,2] # [1,] 1 3 # [2,] 2 4 # }
Documentation reproduced from package reticulate, version 1.3.1, License: Apache License 2.0

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