[R] Re : Writing a script for multiplying a progressively larger lists of items

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[R] Re : Writing a script for multiplying a progressively larger lists of items

justin bem
multi<-function(x0) {
    result<-rep(0,length(x0))
    for ( i in 1:length(x0)) result[i]<-prod(x0[1:i])
    result  
}
 
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----- Message d'origine ----
De : Fabio Sanchez <[hidden email]>
À : [hidden email]
Envoyé le : Jeudi, 19 Octobre 2006, 12h49mn 12s
Objet : [R] Writing a script for multiplying a progressively larger lists of items


Hi, I would like to get guidance as to how to write code in R that can
deal with the following situation:

v1 is a vector containing a sequence of numbers (Ex. 1:10)
I want to store the sequence of numbers resulting from multiplying the
first and the second element in the vector, then the product of the
1st, 2nd and 3rd, then 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th and so forth until all the
elements in the vector are multiplied.

Many thanks,

Fabio


Fabio Sánchez, MD, MSc, PhD
Molecular Dermatology
Department of Medicine
Karolinska Institute
SE-17176 Karolinska University Hospital
Tel: +46 8 51772158

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