[R] How to remove all rows that have a numeric in the first (or any) column
g@@@powe|| @end|ng |rom protonm@||@com
Wed Sep 15 04:01:53 CEST 2021
> Stuck on this problem - How does one remove all rows in a dataframe that have a numeric in the first (or any) column?
> Seems straight forward - but I'm having trouble.
I've attempted to used:
VPN_Sheet1 <- VPN_Sheet1[!is.numeric(VPN_Sheet1$HVA),]
VPN_Sheet1 <- VPN_Sheet1[!is.integer(VPN_Sheet1$HVA),]
Neither work - Neither throw an error.
So, the HVA column returns a list.
> Data looks like the attached screen grab -
> The ONLY rows I need to delete are the rows where there is a numeric in the HVA column.
> There are some 5000+ rows in the actual data.
> Would be grateful for a solution to this problem.
How to get R to detect whether the value in column 1 is a number so the rows with the number values can be deleted?
> Thanks in advance to any and all willing to help on this problem.
> Gregg Powell
> Sierra Vista, AZ
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