Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

Check whether or not an input matrix includes any non-numeric values (NA, NULL, "", character, etc) before being used for training. If any non-numeric values exist, then TrainBuddle() or FetchBuddle() will return non-numeric results.

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`X` |
an n-by-p matrix. |

A list of (n+1) values where n is the number of non-numeric values. The first element of the list is n, and all other elements are entries of X where non-numeric values occur. For example, when the (1,1)th and the (2,3)th entries of a 5-by-5 matrix X are non-numeric, then the list returned by CheckNonNumeric() will contain 2, (1,1), and (2,3).

GetPrecision(), FetchBuddle(), MakeConfusionMatrix(), OneHot2Label(), Split2TrainTest(), TrainBuddle()

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n = 5;
p = 5;
X = matrix(0, n, p) #### Generate a 5-by-5 matrix which includes two NA's.
X[1,1] = NA
X[2,3] = NA
lst = CheckNonNumeric(X)
lst
``` |

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