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How to conditionally combine IntegerList in the DataFrame more elegantly?
... Hi: I used IntegerList to hold my data, and I got DataFrame in the list as an output of functions. However, I intend to combine DataFrame objects in very specific way, where firstly I am gonna combine second, third DataFrame in the list but must proceed duplicate removal, after that I am gonna comb ...
iranges R dataframe integerlist written 17 months ago by jian_liangli0 • updated 17 months ago by Jurat Shahidin60
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Comment: C: How to extract out wanted IntegerList more elegantly from nested list?
... Thank you Martin, both answer is very well done.  ...
written 18 months ago by jian_liangli0
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Comment: C: How to extract out wanted IntegerList more elegantly from nested list?
... Dear Michael: Thanks again your favor to address my issue. However, I must avoid of converting to NA because I have very important minor details that must be taken into consideration for my specific problem, surely length(NA) is way different from length(integer(0)) to do vector sum. I have to use ...
written 18 months ago by jian_liangli0
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How to extract out wanted IntegerList more elegantly from nested list?
... Hi : I have list of position index in the IntegerList, and I intended to filter them given threshold, and it works well. However, I want to extract out one of specific filtered set for each IntegerList for further usage. I aware that myList is nested list , and data are very much simulated based on ...
iranges R s4vectors integerlist written 18 months ago by jian_liangli0 • updated 18 months ago by Michael Lawrence10.0k
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Comment: C: How to coerce CompressedIntegerList as vector?
... Thanks, your answer helped. ...
written 20 months ago by jian_liangli0
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How to coerce CompressedIntegerList as vector?
... Hi, I have a list where each list element is IntegerList, I want to coerce IntegerList object to vector. I tried of using as.vector function, but it is still not simplified as I expected. How can make this happen? Any idea? I tried as follow, but output is not what I expected: lapply(myList, as. ...
iranges s4 coercion integerlist written 20 months ago by jian_liangli0
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Comment: C: How can I integrate set of compressedList in multiple list into one without dupl
... Thanks, I will follow your suggestion.  ...
written 20 months ago by jian_liangli0
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Comment: C: How can I integrate set of compressedList in multiple list into one without dupl
... I posted very simulated question as general R problem in stackoverflow here days ago, the solution was wonderful for data.frame objects, but I am seeking its exact equivalent solution which suit for bioinformatics problem. I used GRanges as data structure to store million of reads and proceed overla ...
written 20 months ago by jian_liangli0
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Comment: C: How can I integrate set of compressedList in multiple list into one without dupl
... using t() only works for matrix like object, but mine is list like object where each list element as IntegerList. Things are different when integration of more than two symmetric findOverlaps() where order of GRanges object are really matters. To be straight, solving this particular problem is very ...
written 20 months ago by jian_liangli0
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Comment: C: How can I integrate set of compressedList in multiple list into one without dupl
... Dear Michael: Could you give any further update for your solution which possibly yield my expected output? ...
written 20 months ago by jian_liangli0

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