[R] how to split and use notation fro stacked data
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Wed Feb 24 20:43:27 CET 2016
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On Wed, Feb 24, 2016 at 10:35 AM, Joanna Nguyen
<joanna.t.q.nguyen at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a data set as below
> "temperature" "gender" "hr"
> 96.3 1 70
> 96.7 1 71
> 96.9 1 74
> 96.4 2 69
> 96.7 2 62
> 96.8 2 75
> Gender code (1) means males and Gender code (2) means females.
> I have to split the data by gender and then perform a* two-sample tes*t to
> see whether the population means are equivalent. When using a function to
> solve this I should use the *notation for stacked data*. I *cannot assume
> equal variances*
> How can I code them? I am just a beginner for R programming
> Joanna Thuc Quyen Nguyen
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