is.unsorted: Test if a vector-like object is not sorted

Description Usage Arguments Value Note See Also Examples

Description

Test if a vector-like object is not sorted, without the cost of sorting it.

NOTE: This man page is for the is.unsorted S4 generic function defined in the BiocGenerics package. See ?base::is.unsorted for the default method (defined in the base package). Bioconductor packages can define specific methods for objects (typically vector-like) not supported by the default method.

Usage

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is.unsorted(x, na.rm=FALSE, strictly=FALSE, ...)

Arguments

x

A vector-like object.

na.rm, strictly

See ?base::is.unsorted for a description of these arguments.

...

Additional arguments, for use in specific methods.

Note that base::is.unsorted (the default method) only takes the x, na.rm, and strictly arguments.

Value

See ?base::is.unsorted for the value returned by the default method.

Specific methods defined in Bioconductor packages should behave as consistently as possible with the default method.

Note

TO DEVELOPERS:

The is.unsorted method for specific vector-like objects should adhere to the same underlying order used by the order, sort, and rank methods for the same objects.

See Also

Examples

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is.unsorted  # note the dispatch on the 'x' arg only
showMethods("is.unsorted")
selectMethod("is.unsorted", "ANY")  # the default method

BiocGenerics documentation built on May 2, 2018, 4:18 a.m.