getMaxIndex {BBmisc}  R Documentation 
Return index of maximal/minimal/best element in numerical vector.
Description
If x
is empty or only contains NAs which are to be removed,
1 is returned.
Usage
getMaxIndex(x, weights = NULL, ties.method = "random", na.rm = FALSE)
getMinIndex(x, weights = NULL, ties.method = "random", na.rm = FALSE)
getBestIndex(x, weights = NULL, minimize = TRUE, ...)
Arguments
x 
[numeric ]
Input vector.

weights 
[numeric ]
Weights (same length as x ).
If these are specified, the index is selected from x * w .
Default is NULL which means no weights.

ties.method 
[character(1) ]
How should ties be handled?
Possible are: “random”, “first”, “last”.
Default is “random”.

na.rm 
[logical(1) ]
If FALSE , NA is returned if an NA is encountered in x .
If TRUE , NAs are disregarded.
Default is FALSE

minimize 
[logical(1) ]
Minimal element is considered best?
Default is TRUE .

... 
[any]
Further arguments passed down to the delegate.

Value
[integer(1)
].
Note
Function getBestIndex
is a simple wrapper for getMinIndex
or
getMaxIndex
respectively depending on the argument minimize
.
[Package
BBmisc version 1.13
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