of where each of the values is 1:3. The only value that meets that

condition is i =3, j=2 & k=1, but you said exclude any cases where the

values were equal to 1.

Can you clarify with an example what you mean.

Jim Holtman

Data Munger Guru

What is the problem that you are trying to solve?

Tell me what you want to do, not how you want to do it.

On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 3:53 AM, Sherouk Moawad via R-help wrote:

If I'm summing over (i,j,k) each from 1 to 3

And I have condition that (i>j>k)

But I want to restrict this condition to only cases where i,j,k>1

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But I want to restrict this condition to only cases where i,j,k>1

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On October 18, 2015 2:03:34 PM PDT, Sherouk Moawad via R-help <

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Dear R-Expertsx=c(0,0.3, 0.5,0.6)sum(sapply(1:4, function(i)

{sum(sapply(1:3, function(j){sum(sapply(1:2, function(k)

{(i>j)*(j>k)*exp(x[i]+x[j]+x[k])}))}))}))

I want to restrict the condition (i>j>k) to only those cases where

i>1&j>1&k>1In other words'if i=1 then i>=jif j=1 then j>=kother wise

i>j>kcan this be done using coding or notThank you

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{sum(sapply(1:3, function(j){sum(sapply(1:2, function(k)

{(i>j)*(j>k)*exp(x[i]+x[j]+x[k])}))}))}))

I want to restrict the condition (i>j>k) to only those cases where

i>1&j>1&k>1In other words'if i=1 then i>=jif j=1 then j>=kother wise

i>j>kcan this be done using coding or notThank you

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