[R] remove and put back elements in vector
Torsten Hothorn
hothorn at ci.tuwien.ac.at
Thu Jul 17 13:03:01 CEST 2003
On Thu, 17 Jul 2003, Angel wrote:
>
> Hi,
> How can I remove elements from a vector and them put them back in place??
> An example (very simple, my vector/operations are much larger/complicated):
> Got a vector, lets say:
> a<-c(1,2,40,10,3,20,6);
you need to save the index of the elements of interest:
R> a<-c(1,2,40,10,3,20,6)
R> indx <- which(a < 10)
R> b <- a[indx]
R> b <- b^2
R> a[indx] <- b
R> a
[1] 1 4 40 10 9 20 36
and similar with b
Torsten
> # I remove values larger than 10
> a<-a[a<10]
> # Do some operations on the new a "1 2 3 6"
> b<-a^2
> # Now b is "[1] 1 4 9 36"
> # Now I want to insert the elements I removed in a back into a and b
> # so I get:
> # a "1 2 40 10 3 20 6"
> #and b "1 4 40 10 9 20 36"
>
> The only thing I've found on the archives is explanations on how to insert:
> http://maths.newcastle.edu.au/~rking/R/help/03a/1794.html
> Thanks,
> Angel
>
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