# [R] Extracting a subset

Silvano silvano at uel.br
Mon May 10 17:03:44 CEST 2010

```Hi,

I used

#------------------
# Análise do PESO -
#------------------
pesom1 = cbind(PESO[MÊS==1])
pesom3 = cbind(PESO[MÊS==3])

#--------- Grupo Placebo ---------
pesom1p = pesom1[GRUPO=='P']
pesom3p = pesom3[GRUPO=='P']
t.test(pesom1p, pesom3p, paired=T)

#--------- Grupo Cogumelo ---------
pesom1c = pesom1[GRUPO=='C']
pesom3c = pesom3[GRUPO=='C']
t.test(pesom1c, pesom3c, paired=T)

to compare PESO between MÊS (Months) inside GRUPO
(t-paired). CICLO was fixed.

But, I have two CICLOS, and I would like compare PESO
between MÊS==3 (CICLO 3) and MÊS==6 (CICLO 6) inside GRUPO
(1 and 2).

My file has (part of data):

Ciclo   Mês     Grupo   Peso
3   0   1   62.2
3   0   1   67.0
3   0   1   71.5
3   0   2   70.0
3   0   2   71.0
3   0   2   69.5
3   1   1   60.0
3   1   1   51.2
3   1   1   70.0
3   1   2   59.0
3   1   2   56.5
3   1   2   70.0
3   2   1   68.0
3   2   1   69.0
3   2   1   66.0
3   2   2   56.0
3   2   2   53.0
3   2   2   96.0
3   3   1   67.0
3   3   1   70.0
3   3   1   67.0
3   3   2   71.5
3   3   2   70.0
3   3   2   71.0
6   0   1   66.2
6   0   1   65.0
6   0   1   73.5
6   0   2   78.0
6   0   2   71.0
6   0   2   62.5
6   1   1   63.0
6   1   1   51.2
6   1   1   72.0
6   1   2   59.0
6   1   2   57.5
6   1   2   79.0
6   2   1   78.0
6   2   1   66.0
6   2   1   63.0
6   2   2   52.0
6   2   2   54.0
6   2   2   93.0
6   3   1   62.0
6   3   1   71.0
6   3   1   63.0
6   3   2   78.5
6   3   2   75.0
6   3   2   74.0
6   4   1   63.2
6   4   1   62.0
6   4   1   73.5
6   4   2   73.0
6   4   2   72.0
6   4   2   65.5
6   5   1   67.0
6   5   1   57.2
6   5   1   70.0
6   5   2   59.0
6   5   2   56.5
6   5   2   71.0
6   6   1   61.0
6   6   1   61.0
6   6   1   61.0
6   6   2   52.0
6   6   2   53.0
6   6   2   96.0

--------------------------------------
Silvano Cesar da Costa
Departamento de Estatística
Fone: 3371-4346
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Ivan Calandra" <ivan.calandra em uni-hamburg.de>
To: <r-help em r-project.org>
Sent: Monday, May 10, 2010 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: [R] Extracting a subset

Hi,
My first suggestion would be to supply a sample data (maybe
using the
function dput) showing what you have, what you want to do,
and what
you've tried (you say that subset() didn't work but we don't
know how
you've typed it).
Then, we'll see!
Ivan

Le 5/10/2010 14:35, Silvano a écrit :
> Hi,
>
> I have a dataset with many variables and observations.
> The variable Group has two levels: C and P,
> the Month variable has four levels: 0, 1, 2 and 3.
>
> I want to extract a subset of the variable Weight,
> considering only 1 and 3 levels for Months of the Group
> variable.
>
> I tried the command subset but it did not work. Any
> suggestions?
>
> Thanks,
>
> --------------------------------------
> Silvano Cesar da Costa
> Departamento de Estatística
> Fone: 3371-4346
>
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