Negative indexing with an R H2OFrame is buggy. Negative indexing in R data.frames removes columns. Note: R data.frames are indexed starting with 1
- In H2O, we have an issue where if you use a single negative column index and a single row index, it will return an incorrect result.
- Negative row indexing also has issues (see below).
R data.frame COLUMN indexing:
Now let's try negative column indexing on an H2OFrame in R:
Lastly, an example of broken negative row indexing as well: