[R] MULTIPLE LEVELS for a SINGLE VALUE in a dataframe, how do I remove these?
mlavis at syr.edu
Tue Apr 1 20:34:34 CEST 2014
I have a series of dates and times in one column. They are all in the format
"%m/%d/%Y %H:%M:%S"; however, they are character values.
I have a number of problems:
1) if I use antdist$ts to just examine the FIRST value of the timestamp
(ts) column, it shows that there are 144873 Levels, and it should only have
1 Level with the first value of "6/1/2013 08:07:39"; how do I delete the
2) I need to change this column to a factor, so that I can use it in
functions and graph it, etc. It's useless in this format. I think that
once I can remove the levels, I can use as.Date or as.POSIXct to do this,
but I need to figure out what's happening in the first part of the question.
Here's the R code for just looking at the first value of the timestamp
 6/1/2013 08:07:39
144873 Levels: 6/1/2013 08:07:39 6/1/2013 08:07:41 6/1/2013 08:07:43
6/1/2013 08:07:45 ... 8/2/2013 11:47:51
Here's a photo of what the first few rows of the timestamp column look like
Thank you, thank you, thank you for your help!
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