[R] mean of runoff for several years
Peter.Alspach at plantandfood.co.nz
Wed Mar 23 22:17:13 CET 2011
Tena koe Dominique
dayMn <- tapply(yourData$runoff, yourData[,c('year','month','day')], mean, na.rm=TRUE)
yearMed <- tapply(dayMn$runoff, dayMn$year, median, na.rm=TRUE)
with(yearMed, plot(year, runoff))
I have not tested the above and since I can never remember exact syntax or output I would not be surprised if the above needed tweaking.
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> Hello everyone
> I have a dataframe with 4 colums (year, month, day, runoff) for 1993-
> Now I like to calculate the average runoff for each day. Finally I like
> plot the median runoff for all this years.
> I tried with some loops, but it didn't work. Do you have any Tips for
> Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you very much.
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