Indicates which rows or columns in a data frame or matrix are completely missing (all values are NA's).
A data frame or a matrix
A logical vector that is true if all the elements in the corresponding row (or column) are NA's.
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# Start off with a simple data frame that has a few missing values d1 <- data.frame(x=c(3,4,NA,1,10,NA), y=c(NA,"b","c","d","e",NA)) d1 # Identify rows were the entire row is missing allMissing(d1) # Only removes rows where all the values are missing d1[!allMissing(d1),] # All missing can also be used to identify if any of the # columns are 'all missing' d2 <- data.frame(x=c(rnorm(3), NA, rnorm(6)), y=rep(NA,10), z=letters[1:10]) d2 # Look for columns that are all missing allMissing(d2, byRow=FALSE) # Remove columns where all the values are missing d2[,!allMissing(d2, byRow = FALSE)]
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