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FAQ
(thanks Martin)

The "See Also" section of the help page of aperm()
points to t() for matrices, perhaps the same section
of the help for t() should point to aperm() for arrays.
Probably
this would also imply that a search for transpose
would bring up t() and aperm().

Agus

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alobo at ija.csic.es


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