This is a continuation of ArraysCowan, put on a separate page for convenience.

These procedures are mostly derived in function, and sometimes in name, from ISO/IEC 8485 and ISO 17351, which standardize basic and extended APL respectively.

(array-collapse *array* *j*)

Let *k* be the rank of *array*. This procedure returns an array of rank *j*, which MUST be less than or equal to *k*, whose components are arrays of rank *k*-*j*. The shape of the returned array is equal to the first *j* components of the shape of *array*, and the shapes of its subarrays are equal to the remaining *k*-*j* components.

(array-reshape *shape* *array*)

Constructs and returns a new array of shape *shape* whose components in row-major order are the components of *array* in row-major order.

(array-reverse *array* *axis*)

Constructs and returns a new array with the same shape as *array*, but whose elements on the specified *axis* are reversed. *Axis* must be a non-negative integer less than the rank of *array*.

(array-reverse! *array* *axis*)

Overwrites *array* with the value of (array-reverse *array* *axis*), but without allocating storage.

(array-transpose *array*)

Returns an array with the same components as *array*, but with the order of the axes reversed.

(array-transpose! *array* *axis*)

Overwrites *array* with the value of (array-transpose*array*), but without allocating storage.

(array-replicate *array* *vector* *axis*)

(array-expand array *booleans* *axis*)

(array-rotate ...)

(array-dyadic-transpose *array1* *array2*)

(array-take *array* *subscripts*)

(array-drop *array* *subscripts*)

(array-recursive-ref *array* *subscript* ...)

Apply array-ref to the *array* using the first *i* subscripts, where *i* is the rank of *array*. If there are more subscripts, the result MUST be an array. Apply array-ref to the result using the next *j* subscripts, where *j* is the rank of the result. Repeat until there are no more subscripts, returning the last result.

These procedures are mostly derived in function, and sometimes in name, from ISO/IEC 8485 and ISO 17351, which standardize basic and extended APL respectively.

(array-reduce *proc* *array* *axis*)

Construct and return a new array whose rank is one less than the rank of *array*, by combining all the elements along *axis* using *proc*, which MUST be a two-argument procedure. The order and number of invocations of *proc* is unspecified. If there is only one such element, it is unchanged.

(array-reduce-subarrays *proc* *array* *axis* *n*)

Construct and return a new array with the same rank as the rank of *array*, by combining all the groups of elements of length *n* along *axis* using *proc*, which MUST be a two-argument procedure. The order and number of invocations of *proc* is unspecified. If there is only one such group of elements, it is unchanged.

(array-scan *proc* *array* *axis*)

Construct and return a new array whose shape is the same as the shape of *array*. Each element along *axis* is constructed by reducing (as if by array-reduce) successive prefixes of the elements of *array* along that axis.

(array-outer-product *proc* *array1* *array2*)

Construct and return a new array whose shape is the concatenation of the shapes of *array1* and *array2*. Each component of the new array is the result of applying *proc* to every element of *array1* and every element of *array2* in unspecified order. The order and number of invocations of *proc* is unspecified.

(array-inner-product *proc1* *proc2* *array1* *array2*)