[R] Data import R: some explanatory variables not showing up correctly in summary
ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Thu Jun 1 17:29:43 CEST 2017
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Em 01-06-2017 11:02, Tara Adcock escreveu:
> I have a question regarding data importing into R.
> When I import my data into R and review the summary, some of my explanatory variables are being reported as if instead of being one variable, they are two with the same name. See below for an example;
> Behav person Behav dog Position
> **combination : 38 combination : 4** Bank :372
> **combination : 7 combination : 4** **Island :119**
> fast :123 fast : 15 **Island : 11**
> slow :445 slow : 95 Land : 3
> stat :111 stat : 14 Water :230
> Also, all of the distances I have imported are showing up in the summary along with a line entitled "other". However, I haven't used any other distances?
> Distance Distance.dog
> 2-10m :184 <50m : 35
> <50m :156 2-10m : 27
> 10-20m :156 20-30m : 23
> 20-30m : 91 30-40m : 16
> 40-50m : 57 10-20m : 13
> **(Other): 82 (Other): 18**
> I have checked my data sheet over and over again and I think standardised the data, but the issue keeps arising. I'm assuming I need to clean the data set but as a nearly complete novice in R I am not certain how to do this. Any help at all with this would be much appreciated. Thanks so much.
> Kind Regards,
> Tara Adcock.
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