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Given that subsetting works slightly different for a DelayedArray compared to a matrix, is there a good alternative to `m[is.na(m)] <- 0`

for replacing NA's in a DelayedArray?

**13k**• written 12 months ago by maltethodberg •

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Question: remove NA's from a DelayedArray

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maltethodberg • **100** wrote:

Given that subsetting works slightly different for a DelayedArray compared to a matrix, is there a good alternative to `m[is.na(m)] <- 0`

for replacing NA's in a DelayedArray?

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Hervé Pagès ♦♦ **13k** wrote:

Hi,

I need to think of a more natural/intuitive way to support this but in the mean time you can use the following:

replaceNAs <- function(x, value) { stopifnot(is(x, "DelayedArray"), is.vector(value), is.atomic(value), length(value) == 1L) DelayedArray:::register_delayed_op(x, function(xx) ifelse(is.na(xx), value, xx) ) }

Then:

library(DelayedArray) A <- DelayedArray(matrix(c(NA, 1:10, NA), ncol=3)) A # DelayedMatrix object of 4 x 3 integers: # [,1] [,2] [,3] # [1,] NA 4 8 # [2,] 1 5 9 # [3,] 2 6 10 # [4,] 3 7 NA replaceNAs(A, 0) # DelayedMatrix object of 4 x 3 logicals: # [,1] [,2] [,3] # [1,] 0 4 8 # [2,] 1 5 9 # [3,] 2 6 10 # [4,] 3 7 0

Cheers,

H.

After more thoughts on this, I think we can support delayed subassignment (i.e. `x[i] <- value`

) at least in the special case where: (1) `i`

is a logical DelayedArray with the same dimensions as `x,`

and (2) `value`

is a scalar (i.e. atomic vector of length 1). That would cover `x[is.na(x)] <- 0`

but also things like `x[x == 0.6] <- NA`

or `x[x > 0 & log(x) < 0.5] <- -1`

etc...

I'll try to get this in the DelayedArray package today or tomorrow.

H.

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I added this to DelayedArray 0.3.20:

library(DelayedArray) A <- DelayedArray(matrix(c(NA, 1:10, NA), ncol=3)) A[is.na(A)] <- 0 A # DelayedMatrix object of 4 x 3 doubles: # [,1] [,2] [,3] # [1,] 0 4 8 # [2,] 1 5 9 # [3,] 2 6 10 # [4,] 3 7 0

DelayedArray 0.3.20 should become available in BioC devel via `biocLite()`

in the next 24 hours or so.

Cheers,

H.

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