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interested in base 2 - 9). My current functions to convert base 10 to base 2 looks like: cb2 <- function(num){ td<-{} a <- {} while (num 2 > 0 ){ a <- num %% 2
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3323849/mapply-recycling-arguments
OpenCV (look in samples/squares.c), and it's quite simple, actually. Here's the rough algorithm they use: 0. rectangles <- {} 1. image <- load image 2. for
http://stackoverflow.com/question...encv-object-detection-center-point
all triangles P <- {} while T is not empty: t <- some element from T remove t from T if t intersects the plane: l <- the line segment that is the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...cross-section-polygon-from-3d-mesh
size=10){ out <- {} for(i in 1:n){ out <- c(paste(sample(c(0:9, LETTERS, letters), size, replace=TRUE), collapse='')) } return(out) } newLevels <- getID(n =
http://stackoverflow.com/question...3140/assigning-group-id-with-ddply
I've also seen x <- {} Now you can concatenate or bind a vector of any dimension to x rbind(x, 1:10) cbind(x, 1:10) c(x, 10) vec <- vector() See also
http://stackoverflow.com/question...an-empty-r-vector-to-add-new-items
which works, but isn't written in very R'esque code: dupData <- function(df){ diff <- abs(df$start - df$end) ret <- {} #Expand our dataframe into the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-data-based-on-column-in-dataframe