[R] is.na()<- on a character vector
gb @end|ng |rom eh@r@@e
Fri Dec 16 20:12:56 CET 2022
Thanks to all. I was cofused and forgot that in is.na(x) <- value,
value is an index vector. Clearly stated on the help page. So Bert's
suggestion is the right one.
Den 2022-12-16 kl. 19:44, skrev Jeff Newmiller:
> I don't find _either_ of these acceptable.
> On the other hand,
> x[ is.na( x ) ] <- 1
> should have no effect on x.
> On December 16, 2022 10:28:52 AM PST, "Göran Broström" <goran.brostrom using umu.se> wrote:
>> I'm confused:
>>> x <- 1:2
>>> is.na(x) <- 1
>>  NA 2
>> OK, but
>>> x <- c("A", "B")
>>> is.na(x) <- "A"
>> "A" "B" NA
>> What happens?
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