What is the difference between NULL and NA?

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What is the difference between NULL and NA?
Oct 10, 2019 in Data Analytics by ch
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In simple words, NULL represents the null or an empty object in R. NA represents a missing value in R. NA can be updated in R by vectors, list and other R objects whereas NULL cannot be coerced.

NA elements can be accessed and be managed using various na functions such as is.na(), na.omit(), etc.

answered Oct 14, 2019 by anonymous
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