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dataframe

Data manipulation toolbox similar to R data.frame

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Dataframe

@dataframe/cat
function resu = cat(dim, A, varargin) This is the concatenation operator for a dataframe object.
@dataframe/dataframe
This is the default constructor for a dataframe object, which is similar to R 'data.frame'.
@dataframe/display
function resu = display(df) Tries to produce a nicely formatted output of a dataframe.
@dataframe/end
function resu = end(df, k, n) This is the end operator for a dataframe object, returning the maximum number of rows or columns
@dataframe/fold
function resu = fold(df, S, RHS) The purpose is to fold a dataframe.
@dataframe/isempty
Return 1 if df is an empty dataframe (either the number of rows, or the number of columns, or both are zero).
@dataframe/ldivide
function resu = ldivide(A, B) Implements the dotted '\' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/minus
function resu = minus(A, B) Implements the '-' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/mldivide
function resu = mldivide(A, B) Implements the '\' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/mrdivide
function resu = mrdivide(A, B) Implements the '/' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/mtimes
function resu = mtimes(A, B) Implements the '*' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/numel
Not implemented.
@dataframe/plus
function resu = plus(A, B) Implements the '+' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/rdivide
function resu = rdivide(A, B) Implements the dotted '\' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/size
function resu = size(df, varargin) This is size operator for a dataframe object.
@dataframe/subsasgn
function df = subsasgn(df, S, RHS) This is the assignement operator for a dataframe object, taking care of all the housekeeping of meta-info.
@dataframe/subsref
function resu = subsref(df, S) This function returns a subpart of a dataframe.
@dataframe/summary
function resu = summary(df) This function prints a nice summary of a dataframe, on a colum-by-column basis.
@dataframe/times
function resu = times(A, B) Implements the dotted '*' operator when at least one argument is a dataframe.
@dataframe/uminus
function resu = uminus(df) Implements the unitary '-' operator for a dataframe.
@dataframe/uplus
function resu = uplus(df) Implements the unitary '+' operator for a dataframe.

Package: dataframe