[R] NA and Character(0) in List Element
Gerrit.Eichner at math.uni-giessen.de
Tue Jan 29 10:28:42 CET 2013
have you tried for your list with NA-components to use is.na() as follows
(where x is assumed to be your list)?
Hth -- Gerrit
On Tue, 29 Jan 2013, Benjamin Ward (ENV) wrote:
> Hi, This is probably a small query but one I'm struggling with: I have a
> list in which I had elements which were NA, I removed them, by doing:
> list2 <- lapply(list, na.omit),
> However this leaves the element there with 'character(0)' in place as
> well as attributes:
>  1
>  "omit"
> I want to get rid of these elements/positions in the list, since a
> function is supposed to sample the list for elements (each element is a
> collection of about 20 numbers each).
> Ben W.
> UEA (ENV) - b.ward at uea.ac.uk
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