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I am trying to remove a row of a dataframe in R however because the dataframe is so large when I use:

rawCounts <- rawCounts[rawCounts != geneID, ]

I get the error:

ERROR in rawCounts[rawCounts != geneID, ]: (subscript) logical subscript too long

Is there another way of removing a specific row in a large dataframe that is not so memory intensive?

Thanks in advance.

I have quite a bit of memory, memory.limit() returns:

> memory.limit()
[1] 16318 
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I am answering my own question here.

I realised I should have been using

rawCounts <- rawCounts[rownames(rawCounts) != geneID, ]

Problem solved.

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