If the result of the 'table' is a different length each time, then you

will have to consider the use of a list. If it is the same length,

then something like this should work

results <- matrix(ncol=50, nr=10)

for (i in 1:50) results[,i] <- your computation for table

On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 12:40 PM, drlucyasher<

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>

> Apologies for what might seem like an simple question.

>

> I have written a model which gives me a frequency distribution for a

> particular score within a set. What I now want to do is loop this so that I

> get many different frequency distributions and append them to a table with a

> collum which specifies which loop the frequency distribution is from. What I

> wantto end up with would look something like this:

>

> Score

> 1 2 3 4 5

> 1 5 6 7 4 1

> 2 2 5 8 1 1

> 3 3 8 9 2 1

> 4 etc

> 5

> .

>

> Without the loop I can get the model to report the frequency distributions

> using the c(table()) command.

>

> SO then I added the loop. I added a command to specify that this object fdt

> was controlled by time (t). My original object which calculates the freq

> distribution for a single loop is fd

>

> t<- 50 #number of simulations

> fdt<- numeric (t)#define terms affected by time

> for (l in 1:t) #loop start stop

>

> and then at the end of the loop have tried various commands:

>

> e.g.

> fdt[l]<- c(table(fd))

> fdt[l] <- fd c(table(fdt))

> c(table(fdt[l]))<- fd

> c(table(fdt[l]))<- c(table(fd))

> and some other commands using append and assign.

>

> None of these produces what I am looking for and some mess up the rest of my

> caculations. When I tried the second of these I get the warning Warning:

> number of items to replace is not a multiple of replacement length.

>

> Any help would be much appreciated.

>

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