From: Nils Trebing <nils.trebing_at_gmx.de>

Date: Sun 11 Dec 2005 - 11:00:51 EST

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Date: Sun 11 Dec 2005 - 11:00:51 EST

Hi,

17 1 36.76471 19 1 13.23529 20 1 32.35294

So, the problem is if I select for example X[20, ], I actually get the 21th observation. I've tried to work around this problem by using X[as.character(20) , ]. Thus I actually get what I want. However, I need to access sequences of rows, but if there is some missing row, this doesn't work:

> X[as.character(17:19),]

Error: subscript out of bounds

Is there a way to make R handle this more gracefully, so that, in this case, it would just return the rows 17 and 19 without complaining?

I apologize in advance for this dumb question of the beginner who I am and for which I didn't find a solution in the documentation!

Thanks in advance,

Nils

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