Convert a list to an IndexList object

IndexList(object, ..., keepNA = FALSE, keepDup = FALSE, offset = 1L)

# S4 method for numeric
IndexList(object, ..., keepNA = FALSE, keepDup = FALSE, offset = 1L)

# S4 method for logical
IndexList(object, ..., keepNA = FALSE, keepDup = FALSE, offset = 1L)

# S4 method for list
IndexList(object, keepNA = FALSE, keepDup = FALSE, offset = 1L)

## Arguments

object Either a list of unique integer indices, NULL and logical vectors (of same lengths), or a numerical vector or a logical vector. NA is discarded. If object isn't a list, additional vectors can go here. Logical, whether NA indices should be kept or not. Default: FALSE (removed) Logical, whether duplicated indices should be kept or not. Default: FALSE (removed) Integer, the starting index. Default: 1 (as in the convention of R)

## Value

The function returns a list of vectors

## Examples

testList <- list(GS_A=c(1,2,3,4,3),
GS_B=c(2,3,4,5),
GS_C=NULL,
GS_D=c(1,3,5,NA),
GS_E=c(2,4))
testIndexList <- IndexList(testList)
IndexList(c(FALSE, TRUE, TRUE), c(FALSE, FALSE, TRUE), c(TRUE, FALSE, FALSE), offset=0)
#> A list of 3 indices with offset=0
#> Options: NA removed: TRUE; duplicates removed: TRUE
#>   NONAME (n=2): 2,3
#>   NONAME (n=1): 3
#>   NONAME (n=1): 1
IndexList(list(A=1:3, B=4:5, C=7:9))
#> A list of 3 indices with offset=1
#> Options: NA removed: TRUE; duplicates removed: TRUE
#>   A (n=3): 1,2,3
#>   B (n=2): 4,5
#>   C (n=3): 7,8,9
IndexList(list(A=1:3, B=4:5, C=7:9), offset=0)
#> A list of 3 indices with offset=0
#> Options: NA removed: TRUE; duplicates removed: TRUE
#>   A (n=3): 1,2,3
#>   B (n=2): 4,5
#>   C (n=3): 7,8,9