4D matrix drives maxer crazy. Glass of orange juice imminent


    Jul 12 2006 | 9:08 pm
    I'm having a bit of a brain fart/meltdown here. can someone quickly
    show me this (even though I should be able to do it)
    given that I have a 4 dimensional matrix. I want to ask for all data
    addressed 4,2,x,x
    The metaphor--------
    the way I'm thinking about it is this. I'm envisioning a wall with
    grid of paned windows in it. To reference a single pane, I would say:
    window (3,2), pane (2,2).
    What I have is a matrix representing the entire wall, and all I want
    is a single window.
    -matt

    • Jul 13 2006 | 9:37 pm
      Can you be a little more specific and or provide an example. I might
      recommend checking out the jit.dimmap help file which demonstrates
      how to insert and retrieve 2D slices into/from a 3D matrix with
      srcdim/dstdim attributes. The logic should be similar for 4D.
      -Joshua
      On Jul 12, 2006, at 2:08 PM, matthew aidekman wrote:
      > I'm having a bit of a brain fart/meltdown here. can someone
      > quickly show me this (even though I should be able to do it)
      >
      > given that I have a 4 dimensional matrix. I want to ask for all
      > data addressed 4,2,x,x
      >
      > The metaphor--------
      > the way I'm thinking about it is this. I'm envisioning a wall with
      > grid of paned windows in it. To reference a single pane, I would say:
      > window (3,2), pane (2,2).
      >
      > What I have is a matrix representing the entire wall, and all I
      > want is a single window.
    • Jul 13 2006 | 10:07 pm
      thanks joshua. I should have written an "I'm all good post". Now I
      have a GUI editor for a 2nd order markov chain!!!! woohoo!
      -matt