min() function in R Language is used to find the minimum element present in an object. This object can be a Vector, a list, a matrix, a data frame, etc..
Syntax: min(object, na.rm)
object: Vector, matrix, list, data frame, etc.
na.rm: Boolean value to remove NA element.
 1  NA  2
,, 1 [, 1] [, 2] [, 3] [1, ] 2 4 6 [2, ] 3 5 7,, 2 [, 1] [, 2] [, 3] [1, ] 8 10 12 [2, ] 9 11 13  2
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- Get the Minimum and Maximum element of a Vector in R Programming - range() Function
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- Get the number of rows of an Object in R Programming - nrow() Function
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- Applying a Function over an Object in R Programming - sapply() Function
- Get the List of Arguments of a Function in R Programming - args() Function
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- Create an Object of mode call in R Programming - call() Function
- Return an Object with the specified name in R Programming - get0() and mget() Function
- Calculate Cumulative Product of a Numeric Object in R Programming – cumprod() Function
- Check if Object is of the Character Data type in R Programming - is.character() Function
- Checking if the Object is a Factor in R Programming - is.factor() Function
- Remove Duplicate Elements from an Object in R Programming - unique() Function
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