Re: [R] unique, but keep LAST occurence

From: Berton Gunter <gunter.berton_at_gene.com>
Date: Tue 25 Jul 2006 - 03:51:18 EST


Try:

 largestDF <- DF[nrow(DF)- which(!duplicated(rev(DF$t)))+1,]

You can then sort this however you like in the usual way. Row names will be preserved.

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> Subject: [R] unique, but keep LAST occurence
>
> ?unique says
>
> Value:
>
> An object of the same type of 'x'. but if an element is equal to
> one with a smaller index, it is removed.
>
> However, I need to keep the one with the LARGEST index.
> Can someone please show me the light?
> I thought about reversing the row order twice, but I couldn't
> get it to work right
>
> (My data frame has 125000 rows and 7 columns,
> and I'm 'uniqueing' on column #1 (chron) only, although the
> class of the column may not matter.)
>
> Say, e.g.,
> > DF <- data.frame(t = c(1,2,3,1,4,5,1,2,3), x = c(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8))
>
> I would like the result to be (sorted as well)
> t x
> 1 6
> 2 7
> 3 8
> 4 4
> 5 5
>
> If I got the original rownames, that would be a bonus (for debugging.)
>
> > R.version
> _
> platform i386-pc-mingw32
> arch i386
> os mingw32
> system i386, mingw32
> status
> major 2
> minor 3.1
> year 2006
> month 06
> day 01
> svn rev 38247
> language R
> version.string Version 2.3.1 (2006-06-01)
>
> Thanks for any hints!
> David
>
> David L. Reiner
> Rho Trading Securities, LLC
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