%nin% | R Documentation |

`%in%`

returns logical vector indicating values that do not have a match.
`%win%`

returns a vector of the values that have a match.
`%wnin%`

returns a vector of the values that do not have a match.

x %nin% table x %win% table x %wnin% table

`x` |
Vector of values to be matched. |

`table` |
Vector of values to be matched against. |

`%nin%`

returns a logical vector of the same length of `x`

, indicating which values are not in `table`

.

`%win%`

returns a sub-vector of `x`

with the values that were found in `table`

.

`%wnin%`

returns a sub-vector of `x`

with the values that were not found in `table`

.

`base::match()`

vals <- c("a", "xa", "b") vals %nin% letters vals %win% letters vals %wnin% letters

Embedding an R snippet on your website

Add the following code to your website.

For more information on customizing the embed code, read Embedding Snippets.