Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Counts number of equal rows in two data sets. The two data sets shall have equal number of columns.

1 | ```
noEqualRows(data1, data2, tolerance=1e-5, countOnce=TRUE)
``` |

`data1` |
The first data set. |

`data2` |
The second data set. |

`tolerance` |
Tolerated difference between two rows. |

`countOnce` |
Shall each equal row in data1 be counted just once, or number of rows it is equal to in data2. |

Rows are compared using column-wise comparisons. The sum of differences up to a given tolerance are tolerated.

Integer value giving the count of equal instances.

Marko Robnik-Sikonja

1 2 3 4 5 | ```
# uses two randomly generated data sets
set.seed(12345)
d1 <- classDataGen(100)
d2 <- classDataGen(100)
noEqualRows(d1, d2, tolerance=1e-4)
``` |

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