[R] change column name in a function
p.connolly at hortresearch.co.nz
Wed Jun 26 23:03:17 CEST 2002
On Wed, 26-Jun-2002 at 05:47PM +0200, Ott Toomet wrote:
|> On Wed, 26 Jun 2002, Ulrich Leopold wrote:
|> |I have the following function:
|> |TEST <- cbind(Pox0t30.stone.1990.2000,
|> |sqrt(apply(Pox0t30.stone.1990.2000[,2:11], 1, var)))
|> |In rhe resulting Object TEST the added column is titled:
|> |sqrt(apply(Pox0t30.stone.1990.2000[,2:11], 1, var)
|> |I would like to change it to a sensible variable name like PoxMean. How
|> |can I incorporate this into the above function?
|> What do you mean with ,,function'' in the above? But you may easily change
|> the names of the components of test. Use the fact, that the variable names
|> in a data.frame (and in a matrix too) are store as the second component in
|> the list dimnames(TEST). So you could try e.g.
|> dimnames(TEST)[][length(dimnames(TEST)[]) <- "PoxMean"
Or even simpler (if it is a dataframe),
names(TEST)[length(names(TEST))] <- "PoxMean"
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