[R] How to extract data based on first column ID in R
Yogesh Gupta
n@b|yoge@h @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Sun Jun 23 22:42:00 CEST 2019
Thanks, David,
It is resolved now.
I used below code
dim(otu.list)
[1] 196 1
i <- row.names(data) %in% otu.list[[1]]
Thanks
Yogesh
On Sun, 23 Jun 2019, 21:38 David Winsemius, <dwinsemius using comcast.net> wrote:
>
> > On Jun 23, 2019, at 5:57 AM, Yogesh Gupta <nabiyogesh using gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I need help to extract data based on first column ID in R.
> >
> > I used the below code but not succeed , it is not giving the row values,
> > only showing the header of rows.
> >
> >> head(data)
> >
> >
> > Root-1.S35.L001. Root-10.S75.L001
> >
> > 71f84e7910006f22684121564206e8ca 0.00000000 0
>
> A more accurate method of presenting R objects would be to offer the
> output of:
>
> dput(head(data))
>
> But working with this I have the hypothesis that your first column is
> numeric while the character values listed along the left side of that
> output are the rownames which cannot be accessed with the "[[" operator.
>
> So your code might have been:
>
> i <- rownames(data) %in% otu.list
> dim(i)
>
>
> >
> > 03b167b9f86f2519b4263b4125377eed 0.00000000 0
> >
> > 54e204fb99c80764e964456dadd6a0e5 0.00000000 0
> >
> > 55cd1fc570879d645bbf7a3642e9b0a8 0.00000000 0
> >
> > 65f5c31e12c277aec319e2096463f9d2 0.00000000 0
> >
> > 7bed62f0fef250fd831dcf13bf43f4fc 0.04679457 0
> >
> >
> > .....................................................
> >
> >
> >> head(otu.list)
> >
> > 9d94ce7d60e59034941e3a12bc37865e
> >
> > 1 8e60d301122d7aa359eb6b0b00f37f62
> >
> > 2 bfad6370d28182cc6304844e9bec7fb6
> >
> > 3 088571139af8e0a63fb6652df8a7438b
> >
> > 4 ccd70d57890f276a542ef4b5e5142d4c
> >
> > 5 cab4ca278af34bf722e0c7cb3219370b
> >
> > 6 72f30f3780145f16ac882eb8e2d189a5
> >
> >
> > ....................................
> >
> >
> >> i <- data[[1]] %in% otu.list
> >
> >> dim(i)
> >
> > NULL
> >
> >> data[i, ]
> >
> > [1] Root-1.S35.L001 Root-10.S75.L001 Root-13.S5.L001 Root-14.S16.L001
> >
> > [5] Root-17.S26.L001 Root-18.S36.L001 Root-19.S46.L001 Root-22.S56.L001
> >
> > [9] Root-24.S66.L001 Root-25.S76.L001 Root-26.S6.L001 Root-27.S17.L001
> >
> > [13] Root-3.S45.L001 Root-30.S27.L001 Root-32.S37.L001 Root-34.S47.L001
> >
> > [17] Root-39.S57.L001 Root-4.S55.L001 Root-40.S67.L001 Root-41.S77.L001
> >
> > [21] Root-43.S7.L001 Root-45.S18.L001 Root-47.S28.L001 Root-50.S38.L001
> >
> >
> > .............
> >
> >
> > Could you please suggest how I can get the row values along with the
> header?
> >
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Yogesh
> >
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> David Winsemius
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>
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