This is a wrapper around `ifelse()`

which checks that `true`

and `false`

are of the same type, making the output more
predictable.

## Arguments

- condition
A

`logical(n)`

vector.- true, false
Values to use for

`TRUE`

and`FALSE`

in`condition`

. They must either be the same length as`condition`

or be length 1. They must also be the same type.- missing
If not

`NULL`

(the default), this will replace any missing values.

## Value

A vector the same length as `condition`

with values for `TRUE`

and `FALSE`

replaced by those specified in
`true`

and `false`

, respectively.

## Examples

```
x <- c(-5:5, NA)
if_else(x < 0, NA_integer_, x)
#> [1] NA NA NA NA NA 0 1 2 3 4 5 NA
if_else(x < 0, "negative", "positive", "missing")
#> [1] "negative" "negative" "negative" "negative" "negative" "positive"
#> [7] "positive" "positive" "positive" "positive" "positive" "missing"
# Unlike ifelse, if_else preserves types
x <- factor(sample(letters[1:5], 10, replace = TRUE))
ifelse(x %in% c("a", "b", "c"), x, factor(NA))
#> [1] 3 2 3 3 1 NA 1 NA 3 1
# Attributes are taken from the `true` vector
if_else(x %in% c("a", "b", "c"), x, factor(NA))
#> [1] c b c c a <NA> a <NA> c a
#> Levels: a b c d e
```