[R] cbind question, please
kehld at ktk.pte.hu
Fri Apr 24 09:34:50 CEST 2015
I am not sure what you mean by a matrix. If you want to have a matrix, use the function matrix, (matrix(c(dog,cat,tree),3))
but I have the feeling you really want a data frame as you are talking about variables.
In that case simply use
mydataframe <- data.frame(dog,cat,tree)
If you are not sure what you want, please read the intro to R pdf which is included in your installed R library.
Feladó: R-help [r-help-bounces at r-project.org] ; meghatalmazó: Erin Hodgess [erinm.hodgess at gmail.com]
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I have a cbind type question, please: Suppose I have the following:
dog <- 1:3
cat <- 2:4
tree <- 5:7
and a character vector
big.char <- c("dog","cat","tree")
I want to end up with a matrix that is a "cbind" of dog, cat, and tree.
This is a toy example. There will be a bunch of variables.
I experimented with "do.call", but all I got was
Any suggestions would be much appreciated. I still think that do.call
might be the key, but I'm not sure.
R Version 3-1.3, Windows 7.
Department of Mathematical and Statistics
University of Houston - Downtown
mailto: erinm.hodgess at gmail.com
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