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# R Vectorizing Operation

## R Vectorizing Operation Tag : r , By : Paulh Date : November 27 2020, 04:01 AM

this will help The second part needs to be done with outer. You can use a^b in a vectorized way, but it will not apply the operation to the first element of a vs all elements of b, the the second element of a vs all elements of b, etc., like you want in this case. It will just give c(a[1]^b[1], a[2]^b[2], ..., a[n]^b[n]).
``````out_vec2 <- rowSums(df[5:100] * outer(1 + abs(df\$X1)/100, -(0:95)/12, `^`))

all.equal(out_vec, out_vec2)
# [1] TRUE
``````
``````loop <- function(){
out_vec <- c()
for (i in 1:nrow(df)) {
out_vec[i]<- sum(df[i, 5:100] * (1 + abs(df\$X1[i])/100) ^ -(0:95 / 12))
}
out_vec
}

vect <- function() rowSums(df[5:100] * outer(1 + abs(df\$X1)/100, -(0:95)/12, `^`))

library(microbenchmark)
microbenchmark(loop(), vect(), times = 10)
# Unit: milliseconds
#    expr         min          lq        mean      median          uq        max neval
#  loop() 12065.34780 12756.12062 13095.97435 12892.87818 13460.56978 15030.0197    10
#  vect()    35.73011    41.36212    60.57327    54.40029    79.25182   104.0453    10
``````

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## R - vectorizing a which operation

Tag : r , By : Hugo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Hi I have a function in R that I'm trying to optimize for performance. I need to vectorize a for loop. My problem is the slightly convoluted data structure and the way I need to perform lookups using the 'which' command. , You could write your function like this:
``````foo <- function(AA, BB, CC) {
pa <- AA*CC
x <- outer(pa, pa)
diag(x) <- 0
res <- colSums(x)*BB
return(res)
}
``````

## Vectorizing this non-unique-key operation

Tag : python , By : Sigtryggur
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Here's a vectorized approach based upon searchsorted -
``````# Get sorted index positions
idx = np.searchsorted(rows, test)

# Set out-of-bounds(invalid ones) to some dummy index, say 0
idx[idx==len(rows)] = 0

# Get invalid mask array found out by indexing data array
# with those indices and looking for matches

# Get data indexed array as output and set invalid places with 0s
out = data[idx]
``````
``````out = data[idx] * (rows[idx] == test) # skips using `invalid_mask`

``````

## Vectorizing a for-loop operation

Tag : matlab , By : Alecsandru Soare
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue That's pretty simple, especially since j is only used for row indexing here:
``````X(:,1)= random1;
for i = 1:length(Time)
X(:,i+1) = X(:,i) - mu*X(:,i)*TimeStep + Sigma*sqrt(2*mu)*sqrt(TimeStep)*random2(i);
end
``````

## Vectorizing list of lists operation in R

Tag : r , By : Cube_Zombie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM

## Vectorizing operation in NumPy

Tag : python , By : user98986
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM