Unsplit a list-like object

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Description

Given a list-like object value and grouping f, unsplit produces a vector-like object x by conceptually reversing the split operation value <- split(x, f).

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

Usage

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unsplit(value, f, drop=FALSE)

Arguments

value

A list-like object.

f

A factor or other grouping object that corresponds to the f symbol in value <- split(x, f).

drop

See ?base::unsplit for a description of this argument.

Value

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

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

See Also

  • base::unsplit for the default unsplit method.

  • showMethods for displaying a summary of the methods defined for a given generic function.

  • selectMethod for getting the definition of a specific method.

  • unsplit,List-method in the IRanges package for an example of a specific unsplit method (defined for List objects).

  • BiocGenerics for a summary of all the generics defined in the BiocGenerics package.

Examples

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unsplit  # note the dispatch on the 'value' and 'f' args only
showMethods("unsplit")
selectMethod("unsplit", "ANY")  # the default method

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