# R construction with Matrix dimension in plane and mathematical combinatoric explain

structure of matrix operation in R programming language

A1 = matrix(

c(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), # the data elements

nrow=2, # number of rows

ncol=3, # number of columns

byrow = TRUE) # fill matrix by rows

the output of Variable A is show as

the dimension size of A is 2x3

the a11 is look at [1,] and [,1] at the same time

A2 = matrix(c(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), 2, 3,by row = T)

is alternate way to construct of result as matrix A that can summary as “nrow = ” and “ncol = ” can be omit in the construction of matrix syntax order.

A3 = matrix(c(1:6), 2, 3,by row = T) and

A4 = matrix(1:6, 2, 3,by row = T)

the rusult is the same in first but in R collect variable A1, A2 as type “num” but A3,A4 is collect variable as type “int”

can check with R proof with command A1 == A2 the rusult is

result is the same as A2 == A3 and A3 == A4

In this stage we can conclude that A1 = A2 = A3 = A4

what happen with

B1 = matrix(c(1:6), 2, 3,by row = FALSE) the result is

is the same result with B2 = matrix(c(1:6), 2, 3,by row = F)

with omit the “nrow = ” and “ncol = ” syntax

what happen with remove by “by row = F”

like BN = matrix(c(1:6), 2, 3)

the result is still the same as B1,B2 be cause it default value syntax can be omitted it.

C = matrix(c(1:6),nrow=2)

D = matrix(c(1:6),ncol=3)

that can omit the one dimension C and D is array element in to specific row or column index with element in matrix long. in the principle way like the equation

**number of elements / (number of row elements(number of column elements)**

in combinatoric explain

can sumary as condition (byrow = F) and 6 elements and with sequential elementts is = 2*2*(3)+1+1+1 = 15 ways to construction.

as condition (byrow = T) and 6 elements and with sequential elements is = 2*2*(3)+1+1 = 14 ways to construction.