# hyperframe

##### Hyper Data Frame

Create a hyperframe: a two-dimensional array in which each column consists of values of the same atomic type (like the columns of a data frame) or objects of the same class.

##### Usage

```
hyperframe(...,
row.names=NULL, check.rows=FALSE, check.names=TRUE,
stringsAsFactors=default.stringsAsFactors())
```

##### Arguments

- …
Arguments of the form

`value`

or`tag=value`

. Each`value`

is either an atomic vector, or a list of objects of the same class, or a single atomic value, or a single object. Each`value`

will become a column of the array. The`tag`

determines the name of the column. See Details.- row.names,check.rows,check.names,stringsAsFactors
Arguments passed to

`data.frame`

controlling the names of the rows, whether to check that rows are consistent, whether to check validity of the column names, and whether to convert character columns to factors.

##### Details

A hyperframe is like a data frame, except that its entries can be objects of any kind.

A hyperframe is a two-dimensional array in which each column consists of values of one atomic type (as in a data frame) or consists of objects of one class.

The arguments `…`

are any number of arguments of
the form `value`

or `tag=value`

. Each `value`

will
become a column of the array. The `tag`

determines the name
of the column.

Each `value`

can be either

an atomic vector or factor (i.e. numeric vector, integer vector, character vector, logical vector, complex vector or factor)

a list of objects which are all of the same class

one atomic value, which will be replicated to make an atomic vector or factor

one object, which will be replicated to make a list of objects.

All columns (vectors, factors and lists) must be of the same length, if their length is greater than 1.

##### Value

An object of class `"hyperframe"`

.

##### Methods for Hyperframes

There are methods for
`print`

, `plot`

, `summary`

, `with`

, `split`

,
`[`

, `[<`

,`$`

, `$<-`

,
`names`

, `as.data.frame`

`as.list`

,
`cbind`

and `rbind`

for the class of hyperframes. There is also
`is.hyperframe`

and `as.hyperframe`

.

##### See Also

`as.hyperframe`

,
`as.hyperframe.ppx`

,
`plot.hyperframe`

,
`[.hyperframe`

,
`with.hyperframe`

,
`split.hyperframe`

,
`as.data.frame.hyperframe`

,
`cbind.hyperframe`

,
`rbind.hyperframe`

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
# equivalent to a data frame
hyperframe(X=1:10, Y=3)
# list of functions
hyperframe(f=list(sin, cos, tan))
# table of functions and matching expressions
hyperframe(f=list(sin, cos, tan),
e=list(expression(sin(x)), expression(cos(x)), expression(tan(x))))
hyperframe(X=1:10, Y=letters[1:10], Z=factor(letters[1:10]),
stringsAsFactors=FALSE)
lambda <- runif(4, min=50, max=100)
X <- lapply(as.list(lambda), function(x) { rpoispp(x) })
h <- hyperframe(lambda=lambda, X=X)
h
h$lambda2 <- lambda^2
h[, "lambda3"] <- lambda^3
h[, "Y"] <- X
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package spatstat, version 1.59-0, License: GPL (>= 2)*