[R] A beginner's question

Florin Maican florin.maican at handels.gu.se
Fri Mar 27 10:20:25 CET 2009


You can do like this:

1.
    mydata[mydata$skill==1,]

2. 
   mydata[mydata[,"skill"]==1,]
  
/Forin


On Thu, 26 Mar 2009 23:40:32 -0700 (PDT)
minben <minbenh at gmail.com> wrote:

> I am a new R-language user. I have set up a data frame "mydata",one of
> the colume of which is "skill". Now I want to select the observations
> whose "skill" value is equal to 1,by what command can I get it?
> 
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