narray-package |
R package for subset- and name-aware array utility functions |

%or% |
Operator for array-like logical operations |

bind |
Binds arrays together disregarding names |

collect |
Converts a logical matrix to a list of character vectors |

construct |
Transform a data.frame with axes and value into an array |

crep |
Repeats an array along an arbitrary axis |

dim |
base::dim, but returning 1 for vector |

dimnames |
Return dimension names of an array respecting the number of dimensions |

drop_if |
Drop unused dims if flag is TRUE |

filter |
Function to discard subsets of an array (NA or drop) |

flatten |
Flattens an array along an axis |

guess_structure |
Infer array structure from data.frame |

intersect |
Intersects all passed arrays along a give dimension, and modifies them in place |

intersect_list |
Intersects a lits of arrays for common dimension names |

lambda |
Lambda syntax for array iteration |

like |
Reshapes 'x' to be like 'like', including dimension names |

map |
Maps a function along an array preserving its structure |

map_one |
Apply function that preserves order of dimensions |

mask |
Converts a list of character vectors to a logical matrix |

match |
match() function with extended functionality |

melt |
Function to melt data.frame from one or multiple arrays |

named_dots |
Return a list of named dot-arguments |

narray |
R package for subset- and name-aware array utility functions |

pb |
Progress bar format to be consistent |

rep |
Repeats an array along an arbitrary axis |

restore_null_dimnames |
If no dimnames, return NULL and not list of NULLs |

rrep |
Repeats an array along an arbitrary axis |

split |
Splits and array along a given axis, either totally or only subsets |

stack |
Stacks arrays while respecting names in each dimension |

subset |
Subsets an array using a list with indices or names |

translate |
Translate an axis between two sets of identifiers |

vectors_to_row_or_col |
Converts vectors in a list to row- or column vectors |

which |
A multidimensional 'which' function |