# mapToIntervals.numeric

From R.utils v2.8.0
by Henrik Bengtsson

##### Maps values to intervals

Maps values to intervals by returning an index `vector`

specifying the (first)
interval that each value maps to, if any.

- Keywords
- methods, utilities, programming

##### Usage

```
# S3 method for numeric
mapToIntervals(x, intervals, includeLower=TRUE, includeUpper=TRUE, ...)
```

##### Arguments

- x
- intervals
The N intervals to be matched against. If an Nx2

`numeric`

`matrix`

, the first column should be the lower bounds and the second column the upper bounds of each interval. If a`numeric`

`vector`

of length 2N, each consecutive pair should be the lower and upper bounds of an interval.- includeLower, includeUpper
If

`TRUE`

, the lower (upper) bound of*each*interval is included in the test, otherwise not.- ...
Not used.

##### Value

Returns an `integer`

`vector`

of length K.
Values that do not map to any interval have return value `NA`

.

##### See Also

`inAnyInterval`

().
`match`

().
`findInterval`

().
`cut`

().

*Documentation reproduced from package R.utils, version 2.8.0, License: LGPL (>= 2.1)*

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