### Re: [R] help to sum up data frame

With your data set as the data.frame xx library(reshape2) xx - melt(xx) dcast(xx, name ~ variable, sum) --- On Sun, 11/7/10, Mohan L l.mohanphys...@gmail.com wrote: From: Mohan L l.mohanphys...@gmail.com Subject: [R] help to sum up data frame To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Sunday,

### Re: [R] Populating then sorting a matrix and/or data.frame

--- On Thu, 11/11/10, William Dunlap wdun...@tibco.com wrote: From: William Dunlap wdun...@tibco.com Subject: Re: [R] Populating then sorting a matrix and/or data.frame To: Peter Langfelder peter.langfel...@gmail.com, r-help@r-project.org Received: Thursday, November 11, 2010, 4:19 PM

### Re: [R] sum in vector

Have a look at the reshape2 package. http://had.co.nz/reshape/ reshape2 is, to the user a slight modification of rehape but the author says it is much faster. The code below seems to do what you want. - xx - data.frame(market, price)

### Re: [R] replace a row in a matrix

Indexing (xx - matrix(1:4, nrow=2)) vec - 5:6 xx[2,] - vec xx --- On Sun, 11/14/10, cassie jones cassiejone...@gmail.com wrote: From: cassie jones cassiejone...@gmail.com Subject: [R] replace a row in a matrix To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Sunday, November 14, 2010, 10:59 AM Dear

### Re: [R] how to get rid of unused space on all 4 borders in plot() render

Alternatively give ggplot2 package a try: x= c(1,5,7,-3,4) y= c(2,4,-5,2,5) xx - data.frame(x,y) library(ggplot2) qplot(x,y, data=xx) --- On Sun, 11/21/10, madr madra...@interia.pl wrote: From: madr madra...@interia.pl Subject: [R] how to get rid of unused space on all 4 borders in

### [R] specifying colours in a ggplot2 piechart

Someone was asking how to do a 16 category piechart in OpenOffice Calc and it appears that it can not be done (which we, probably, should be happy about) but I thought that I'd try it in ggplot2. It works but I then thought I'd like to make the colours more distinctive but fro some reason I

### Re: [R] specifying colours in a ggplot2 piechart

auguie baptiste.aug...@googlemail.com wrote: From: baptiste auguie baptiste.aug...@googlemail.com Subject: Re: [R] specifying colours in a ggplot2 piechart To: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Cc: r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Tuesday, November 23, 2010, 2:02 PM fixing the various typos in your

### Re: [R] Creating Enumerated Variables

I think this is simpler but still not all that clean. === xx - structure(list(ID = 1:9, Age = c(10L, 10L, 10L, 11L, 11L, 11L, 10L, 10L, 11L), School = c(1L, 2L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 2L, 1L, 1L, 2L ), Grade = c(98L, 97L, 92L, 90L, 80L, 70L, 80L,

### Re: [R] sort file names in numerical order

library(gtools) ?mixedorder --- On Sat, 7/17/10, Sebastian Gibb li...@sebastiangibb.de wrote: From: Sebastian Gibb li...@sebastiangibb.de Subject: [R] sort file names in numerical order To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Saturday, July 17, 2010, 4:31 AM Hello, I get some file names by

### Re: [R] Reshaping data

Assuming your data is in data.frame xx library(reshape) mm1 - melt(xx, id=c(ID)) cast(mm1, ID ~ variable ) = --- On Mon, 7/19/10, Thomas Jensen thomas.jen...@eup.gess.ethz.ch

### Re: [R] Sequence from 2 Vectors

enum.list - function(x,y) { mylist - NULL for(i in 1:length(x)) { mylist[[i]] - x[i]:y[i] } xx - unlist(mylist) } a - c(1,2,3) b - a+2 (harry - enum.list(a,b) ) --- On Mon, 7/19/10, Suphajak Ngamlak supha...@phatrasecurities.com wrote: From: Suphajak Ngamlak supha...@phatrasecurities.com

### Re: [R] simplify if statement in R ?

Will something like the %in% statements below help? x1 - 1 x2 - 5 y1 - c(2,3) y2 - c(4,5) y3 - c(7,8) x1 %in% y1 ||x2 %in% y2 x1 %in% y1 ||x2 %in% y3 --- On Tue, 7/20/10, Jim Maas jimmaa...@gmail.com wrote: From: Jim Maas jimmaa...@gmail.com Subject: [R] simplify if statement in R ?

### Re: [R] Issues reshaping data

A small useable data set would help immensely. Have a look at ?dput as a way to supply one. --- On Wed, 7/21/10, JGull8502 jason.gulli...@gmail.com wrote: From: JGull8502 jason.gulli...@gmail.com Subject: [R] Issues reshaping data To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Wednesday, July 21,

### Re: [R] xtable

Try str(influencia) I don't think xtable is intended to print lists. --- On Wed, 7/21/10, Silvano silv...@uel.br wrote: From: Silvano silv...@uel.br Subject: [R] xtable To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Wednesday, July 21, 2010, 4:15 PM Hi, How do I build a table from a regression

### Re: [R] how to write legend of a plot

There is no simpler way. It's not automatic but it is fairly simple at the most basic. It can get a bit complicated later. ltxt - c(cat,dog) x - 1:5 y - 1:5 plot (x,y, type='n', ann=FALSE) lines(x,y,col=1,lty=solid) points(x,y,pch=16) legend(1,4,ltxt, pch=16) --- On Thu, 7/22/10, Yogesh

### Re: [R] Help with scatterplots in R

I think that we need an example of what you are doing before anyone can really answer that question. At the moment we don't even know how you are plotting the scatterplot. --- On Wed, 7/28/10, Sarah Chisholm sarah.chisholm...@ucl.ac.uk wrote: From: Sarah Chisholm sarah.chisholm...@ucl.ac.uk

### Re: [R] save plot

Yes, ?jpeg --- On Tue, 8/3/10, linda.s samrobertsm...@gmail.com wrote: From: linda.s samrobertsm...@gmail.com Subject: Re: [R] save plot To: gavin.simp...@ucl.ac.uk Cc: r-help@r-project.org Received: Tuesday, August 3, 2010, 5:36 PM [I presume you addressed this to Duncan Murdoch for a

### Re: [R] colour of label points on a boxplot

It would really help if you could reduce the information below to a small reproducible example, that is, some small bit of code that a reader can paste into R and poke around at. For sending a small sample dataset have a look at ?dput I believe that this problem has been discussed on the

I believe Wu Gong has given you a solution. As a note you were probably reading in the first two columns as either factors or characters and the last one as numeric. You might want to try it again and then do a str() on the resulting data.frame to see what was happening. It can be

### Re: [R] odfWeave

It looks like a path problem. I have not figured out how to handle it in Win 7 (new system last week) but have a look at http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/odfWeave-Error-td1595848.html#a1595848 which I think addresses the problem. --- On Tue, 8/31/10, Michael Kubovy kub...@virginia.edu wrote:

### Re: [R] odfWeave

Replying to my own post, it is a path problem. I downloaded the UnZip and Zip binaries, the 5.51-1 UnZip and the most recent Zip and then added a path to the UnZip directory, and odfWeave seems to be working. --- On Te, 8/31/10, John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca wrote: From: John Kane jrkrid

### Re: [R] how to represent error bar in a plot legend?

Can you give us a working example of what you are doing? I don't understand why you would need a pch symbol for an error bar. Perhaps if you are using an unboxed legend you could just use arrow() and text() to add the error bar to the legend? --- On Wed, 9/1/10, josef.kar...@phila.gov

### Re: [R] Function Gini or Ineq

You installed the package but probably forgot to load the library. This works fine for me. = library(reldist) x-c(541, 1463, 2445, 3438, 4437, 5401, 6392, 8304, 11904, 22261) G-gini(x)

### Re: [R] how can I plot bar plots with all the bars (negative and positive) in the same direction????

I believe that you will have to draw them in ggplot2 as someone mentioned or in base graphics. Here is a rough first attempt that may give you some ideas. xx - -3:4 yy - rep(-3,length(xx)) plot(xx,xx, type=n, xlim=c(-4, 5)) rect(xx, yy, xx+.5, xx )

### Re: [R] Newbie cross tabulation issue

It would help if you included a bit of sample data. See ?dput as a way of doing this. Also a good place to start is by looking at the package reshape. Have a look at http://had.co.nz/reshape/ for some information on the package. --- On Wed, 9/8/10, Jonathan Finlay jmfinl...@gmail.com wrote:

### Re: [R] Alignment of lines within barplot bars

Like this? x - 4:7 barplot(x, density=10, angle=180) --- On Thu, 9/9/10, Steve Murray smurray...@hotmail.com wrote: From: Steve Murray smurray...@hotmail.com Subject: [R] Alignment of lines within barplot bars To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Thursday, September 9, 2010, 11:35 AM

### Re: [R] Alignment of lines within barplot bars

Okay, I misread what you wanted. Try this == x - 4:7 positions - barplot(x) mid - x/2 arrows(positions-.5,mid,positions+.5,mid,angle=0) == --- On Thu, 9/9/10, Steve Murray

### Re: [R] adding labels above bars in a barplot

Are you trying to say that you don't really like barplots? At least the OP did not ask for error bars as well. :) --- On Fri, 9/10/10, Dennis Murphy djmu...@gmail.com wrote: From: Dennis Murphy djmu...@gmail.com Subject: Re: [R] adding labels above bars in a barplot To: Antonio Olinto

### Re: [R] Create Dot Chart

?dotchart perhaps. --- On Sun, 9/19/10, avsha38 avsha...@post.tau.ac.il wrote: From: avsha38 avsha...@post.tau.ac.il Subject: [R] Create Dot Chart To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Sunday, September 19, 2010, 10:46 AM Hello everyone... I would like to create a chart (see below), how

### Re: [R] SAS user now converting to R - Help with Transpose

library(reshape) melt(dataset) # assuming dataset is a data.frame. --- On Mon, 9/28/09, baxterj j...@vt.edu wrote: From: baxterj j...@vt.edu Subject: [R] SAS user now converting to R - Help with Transpose To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Monday, September 28, 2009, 10:24 AM I am just

### Re: [R] Urgently needed Exercise solutions related to Practical Data Analysis Using R Statisctial Software

Ah, but the offer of the permanent job with a foreign company is so enticing. BTW I think he says that he is a computer science student. I doubt business school students would be so cheap. --- On Sat, 10/3/09, David Winsemius dwinsem...@comcast.net wrote: From: David Winsemius

### Re: [R] Saving each output of a loop into something that can be graphed

Define a matrix to hold the data and insert it into the loop? Something like mymat - matrix(rep(NA, 20), nrow=10) for(i in 1:10){ a - i b - i+1 mymat[i,] - c(a,b) } matplot(mymat) --- On Mon, 10/5/09, RR99 redhwanza...@hotmail.com wrote: From: RR99 redhwanza...@hotmail.com

### [R] ggplot equivalent of par(xaxt)

I am playing around learning ggplot and cannot see how to suppress the x or y axis values ( equivalent of xaxt in basic graphics) It must be obvious but I'm not seeing it. Problem = timedata - structure(list(month =

### Re: [R] ggplot equivalent of par(xaxt)

Subject: Re: [R] ggplot equivalent of par(xaxt) To: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Cc: R R-help r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Tuesday, October 6, 2009, 2:57 PM Hi, 2009/10/6 John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca: How do I suppress the numbers on the x-axis? Try this, p + opts(axis.text.x

### Re: [R] ggplot equivalent of par(xaxt)

(xaxt) To: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Cc: R R-help r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Tuesday, October 6, 2009, 3:07 PM body(theme_grey) could help you find the name of a particular option (that's what I did). baptiste 2009/10/6 John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca: Lovely.  I knew

### Re: [R] Creating a Clustered-Stacked Column Chart

I don't think I've seen an R version, probably because the technique is not very good for displaying data. Have a look at http://chartsgraphs.wordpress.com/tag/r-and-excel/ for an alternative method of displaying the data using lattice. --- On Fri, 10/9/09, zhijie zhang rusers...@gmail.com

### [R] Placing text in a ggplot

I am attempting to graph 12 months of temperatures, delineate the months with a vline and place the names of the months at the top of the graph. So far I have gotten everything to work except the names, despite getting a similar graph to work yesterday the day before yesterday with Baptise A's

### Re: [R] plot the same types of graphics on the same R graphic device

?lines ?points Something like : x - 1:10 y1 - rnorm(10, 4, 3) y2 - rnorm(5,5,2) ymax - max(c(y1,y2)) ymin - min(c(y1,y2)) plot(x, y1, col='red',ylim = c(ymin,ymax)) lines(y2, col='green') --- On Fri, 10/9/09, carol white wht_...@yahoo.com wrote: From: carol white wht_...@yahoo.com

### Re: [R] Adding additional X-axis data to charts, e.g. N values

?mtext should help. --- On Tue, 10/13/09, spidermonkeydp gbabo...@gmail.com wrote: From: spidermonkeydp gbabo...@gmail.com Subject: [R] Adding additional X-axis data to charts, e.g. N values To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Tuesday, October 13, 2009, 6:06 AM Hello All, Does

### Re: [R] SPSS long variable names

library(Hmisc) spss.get may do it but it's been some time since I used it. --- On Sat, 10/10/09, Orvalho Augusto orvaq...@gmail.com wrote: From: Orvalho Augusto orvaq...@gmail.com Subject: [R] SPSS long variable names To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Saturday, October 10, 2009, 12:14 PM

### Re: [R] Division of data frame and deletion of values from column

?subset ?split --- On Fri, 10/16/09, Joel Fürstenberg-Hägg joel_furstenberg_h...@hotmail.com wrote: From: Joel Fürstenberg-Hägg joel_furstenberg_h...@hotmail.com Subject: [R] Division of data frame and deletion of values from column To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Friday, October 16,

### Re: [R] negative length vectors are not allowed in wilcox.exact() and perm.test()

Number of politicians' promises kept? --- On Fri, 10/16/09, Patrick Burns pbu...@pburns.seanet.com wrote: From: Patrick Burns pbu...@pburns.seanet.com Subject: Re: [R] negative length vectors are not allowed in wilcox.exact() and perm.test() To: Ben Bolker bol...@ufl.edu Cc:

### Re: [R] Different way of scaling data

library(reshape) ?rescaler I think something along the lines of rescaler(data.frame, type=range) should do what you want. --- On Fri, 10/16/09, Noah Silverman n...@smartmediacorp.com wrote: From: Noah Silverman n...@smartmediacorp.com Subject: [R] Different way of scaling data To: r

### Re: [R] How to right-align labels in dotchart

Oops replying to the wrong post but anyway does this do what you want? aa - c(3,6,3,5,8) lbs - c('cat','goat', 'elephant', 'horse', 'whale') dotchart(aa, pch=(16), col = 1:5, main=A Dotchart) axis(side = 2, seq_along(aa), lbs, las=1) --- On Thu, 10/15/09, Sean Carmody seancarm...@gmail.com

### Re: [R] doing a Tukey HSD post-hoc

?TukeyHSD --- On Fri, 10/16/09, Leslie J Seltzer lselt...@wisc.edu wrote: From: Leslie J Seltzer lselt...@wisc.edu Subject: [R] doing a Tukey HSD post-hoc To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Friday, October 16, 2009, 5:38 PM Hi all I have a large spreadsheet (Excel) file with many

### [R] Putting names on a ggplot

Putting names on a ggplot Can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong here. I am plotting daily temperatures at Ottawa Ontario for 2008 broken down by months, I seperate them by lines and want to put the names of the months at the top of the chart ( with in the graphing area) Everything is working

### Re: [R] Putting names on a ggplot

Subject: Re: [R] Putting names on a ggplot To: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Cc: R R-help r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Saturday, October 17, 2009, 5:53 PM hi, On Sat, Oct 17, 2009 at 02:04:43PM -0700, John Kane wrote: Putting names on a ggplot p - p + geom_text(aes(x = namposts

### Re: [R] Putting names on a ggplot

--- On Sun, 10/18/09, m...@z107.de m...@z107.de wrote: From: m...@z107.de m...@z107.de Subject: Re: [R] Putting names on a ggplot To: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Cc: R R-help r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Sunday, October 18, 2009, 6:05 PM hello, On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 08:29:19AM

### Re: [R] Putting names on a ggplot

--- On Tue, 10/20/09, hadley wickham h.wick...@gmail.com wrote: From: hadley wickham h.wick...@gmail.com Subject: Re: [R] Putting names on a ggplot To: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Cc: m...@z107.de, R R-help r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Tuesday, October 20, 2009, 10:59 AM On Sun

### Re: [R] Inserting rows

?rbind df1 - data.frame(matrix(rep(0,9),nrow=3)) names(df1) - c(x1,x2,x3) rbind(df,df1) --- On Fri, 10/23/09, Ashta sewa...@gmail.com wrote: From: Ashta sewa...@gmail.com Subject: [R] Inserting rows To: R help r-help@r-project.org Received: Friday, October 23, 2009, 9:44 AM Hi all, I

### Re: [R] Change positions of columns in data frame

dataframe xx x1 x2 x3 1 2 5 2 4 1 5 6 0 1 1 2 data.frame(xx\$x2,xx\$x1,xx\$x3) # or Awkward but works --- On Fri, 10/23/09, Joel Fürstenberg-Hägg joel_furstenberg_h...@hotmail.com wrote: From: Joel Fürstenberg-Hägg joel_furstenberg_h...@hotmail.com Subject: [R] Change positions

### Re: [R] exclude data for boxplot stats using mathematical operator

Perhaps subset the data first? subset(x, x[,2] =0) --- On Mon, 10/26/09, e-letter inp...@gmail.com wrote: From: e-letter inp...@gmail.com Subject: [R] exclude data for boxplot stats using mathematical operator To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Monday, October 26, 2009, 3:25 AM Readers,

### Re: [R] reshaping a data frame

Why not just unlist the data.frame and specify the number of rows in a matrix each time you need look at a different layout, assuming I understand the question. Example === aa - data.frame(1:100) bb - unlist(aa) (cc - matrix(bb,

### Re: [R] automatically adjusting axis limits

PLEASE provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code. particularly a sample data.set. At the moment it sounds like you have one variable (Wavelength) with a length of 56 and Reflectance with a length of 5,000. What format(s) are the data in? Data.frames? Clearly this is not

### Re: [R] R crashes

And PLEASE do read the posting guide http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code. --- On Thu, 10/29/09, premmad mtechp...@gmail.com wrote: From: premmad mtechp...@gmail.com Subject: [R] R crashes To: r-help@r-project.org

### Re: [R] polar.plot

--- On Fri, 10/30/09, Tony Greig tony.gr...@gmail.com wrote: From: Tony Greig tony.gr...@gmail.com Two questions: 1 - Say I have average speed and directions for tide and I would like to plot them on a polar plot, but with different colors so I can indicate the two directions. I'm

### Re: [R] how to loop thru a matrix or data frame , and append calculations to a new data frame?

Do you mean to apply the same calculation to each element? ? apply mydata - data.frame(aa = 1:5, bb= 11:15) mp5 - function(x) x*5 mp5data - apply(mydata, 2, mp5) mp5data This is functionally equivelent to a double if loop. mydata - data.frame(aa = 1:5, bb= 11:15) newdata -

### Re: [R] how to loop thru a matrix or data frame , and append calculations to a new data frame?

Duh, thought of that after I'd left for dinner :( --- On Sat, 10/31/09, David Winsemius dwinsem...@comcast.net wrote: From: David Winsemius dwinsem...@comcast.net Subject: Re: [R] how to loop thru a matrix or data frame , and append calculations to a new data frame? To: John Kane jrkrid

### Re: [R] look up and Missing

I'm not quite sure I understood the second queston but does this work? subset(temp, xx\$v2==-9) subset(temp, xx\$v2!= -9) --- On Sun, 11/8/09, Ashta sewa...@gmail.com wrote: From: Ashta sewa...@gmail.com Subject: [R] look up and Missing To: r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Sunday, November

### Re: [R] Counting non-empty levels of a factor

With xx as your sample data will this work? See ?addmargins jj - table(xx) addmargins(jj, 2) # or for both margins addmargins(jj, c(1,2)) or apply(jj, 1, sum) --- On Sun, 11/8/09, sylvain willart sylvain.will...@gmail.com wrote: From: sylvain willart sylvain.will...@gmail.com Subject:

### Re: [R] Complicated For Loop (to me)

I think that we probably need a sample database of your original data. A few lines of the dataset would probably be enough as long as it was fairly representative of the overall data set. See ?dput for a way of conveniently supply a sample data set. Otherwise off the top of my head, I would

### Re: [R] Noobie question on aggregate tapply and by

Here's one way with aggregate() library(car) # You probably will need to install it. aggregate(DF[,3-4], by=list(years), mean,na.rm=TRUE) recode(x, c(1,2)='A'; else='B') DF\$years - recode(DF\$years, c(5,6,7)= '5-7') DF You may also want to have a look at the reshape and plyr packages. ---

### Re: [R] numerical or not?

I don't seem to be able to duplicate the problem. Using your read.table command I get a data.frame (which is of course a type of list) and something like sum(dat1[,1] gives me a numerical result. What variable is giving you the not numerical error message --- On Mon, 4/26/10, Laetitia Schmid

### Re: [R] How to make legend with line+ character

I suspect that you may have to construct the legend by hand (well, by explicit text commands anyway) Something like this seems to work and it should not be that difficult to write a function to handle the text commands. plot(1:10,10:1,lty=1,type='b', lwd=2,pch='a') text(1.4,6, label=-a- ,

### Re: [R] Newbie question

It depends on what kind of plot etc and which package you are using. The basic plot routines are summarized in ?plot.default with many of the parameters controlled by ?par I think at the simplist something like this would work and you can add colour plotting specs etc as you experiment.

### Re: [R] Scree diagram,

Presumably, a scree plot? Philip may find something useful here http://www.statmethods.net/advstats/factor.html --- On Sun, 5/2/10, Ista Zahn istaz...@gmail.com wrote: From: Ista Zahn istaz...@gmail.com Subject: Re: [R] Scree diagram, To: Philip Wong tombfigh...@mysinamail.com Cc:

### Re: [R] adding year information to a scatter plot

I think that one of the packages, perhaps Hmisc or plotrix does this but you can also do it just using text() Example plot(b~a,data=df, xlim=c(min(df\$a)-5,max(df\$a)+5), ylim= c(min(df\$b)-5,max(df\$b)+5)) text( df\$a+1,df\$b, labels=df\$year) Alternatively you can do this in ggplot

### Re: [R] / Operator not meaningful for factors

I think that you are correct. R has the annoying habit of converting character data to factors when you don't want it to while it is importing data. This is because the in the option stringsAsFactors is set to TRUE for some weird historical reasons. Try the command str(insert name of data)

### Re: [R] Help needed with legend

A small executable example would help here. We don't even know how you are graphing this. There are several packages including lattice and ggplot as well as the base graphs. If you are doing this in base graphics have a look at ?text --- On Mon, 5/3/10, Nish nisha.mukte...@gmail.com wrote:

### Re: [R] How to replace all NA values in a data.frame with another ( not 0) value

?replace Something like this should work replace(df1, is.na(df1), 000/000) --- On Tue, 5/4/10, Nevil Amos nevil.a...@gmail.com wrote: From: Nevil Amos nevil.a...@gmail.com Subject: [R] How to replace all NA values in a data.frame with another ( not 0) value To: r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch

### Re: [R] Show number at each bar in barchart?

Try this. My appologies for not giving the attribution but I forget who wrote it. my.values=10:15 x - barplot(my.values, ylim=c(0,11)) text(x, my.values, my.values, pos=3) text(x, my.values, wibble, pos=3) --- On Tue, 5/4/10, someone vonhof...@t-online.de wrote: From:

### Re: [R] make a column from the row names

Have a look at ?substring --- On Tue, 5/4/10, Mohan L l.mohan...@gmail.com wrote: From: Mohan L l.mohan...@gmail.com Subject: [R] make a column from the row names To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Tuesday, May 4, 2010, 9:06 AM Dear All, avglog 01/11/09 02/11/09 03/11/09 04/11/09

### Re: [R] / Operator not meaningful for factors

--- On Tue, 5/4/10, Petr PIKAL petr.pi...@precheza.cz wrote: From: Petr PIKAL petr.pi...@precheza.cz Subject: Re: [R] / Operator not meaningful for factors To: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Cc: r-help@r-project.org, vincent.deluard vincent.delu...@trimtabs.com Received: Tuesday, May 4, 2010

### Re: [R] What is the best way to have R output tables in an MS Word format? (shaping R core)

For simply doing tables xtable has done some nice work for me. --- On Fri, 5/7/10, Joris Meys jorism...@gmail.com wrote: From: Joris Meys jorism...@gmail.com Subject: Re: [R] What is the best way to have R output tables in an MS Word format? (shaping R core) To: Duncan Murdoch

### Re: [R] What is the best way to have R output tables in an MS

Let me see. I open a Word document and type, Dear Dr.Harrell, I open a new LaTeX document and type something like: \documentclass[10pt,a4paper]{letter} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amsfonts} \usepackage{amssymb} \address{your name and address} \signature{your

### Re: [R] Removing points

?subset --- On Wed, 5/12/10, Blue.Egg avonpfe...@gmail.com wrote: From: Blue.Egg avonpfe...@gmail.com Subject: [R] Removing points To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Wednesday, May 12, 2010, 8:33 AM I have a some data, and imagine a column of how many parasitic eggs found in the stool

Hi Steve, I think what you want to do is get a unique time-date from the first two columns. Try something like this: (changing the file name obviously. mydate should give you a time and date format that you can add to the existing data.frame. mydata - read.table(C:/rdata/dates.junk.csv,

### Re: [R] Function that is giving me a headache- any help appreciated (automatic read )

I don't think you can do this precipitation!=NA) have a look at ?is.na --- On Tue, 5/18/10, stephen sefick ssef...@gmail.com wrote: From: stephen sefick ssef...@gmail.com Subject: [R] Function that is giving me a headache- any help appreciated (automatic read ) To: r-help@r-project.org

### Re: [R] question about graph

This is not enough information to let us give a good example but perhaps ?lines or ?points might help? Example aa - 1:5 bb - 1:5 cc - c(1.5,2.5,3.5,4.2,4.4) plot(aa,bb) lines(aa,cc,col='red') points(aa,cc, col=blue) --- On Sat, 5/22/10, khaz...@ceremade.dauphine.fr

### Re: [R] website address for the pseuso-XLS files

The Prostatic_Neoplasm-miRNAs.DiseaseTargets.xls file seems to be an HTML table and seems to open with no problem in OpenOffice.org Writer/Web. OOo 3.2.0 when opened from within OOOo. At a guess it is some collection of PubMed references. I don't know if that's any use but it's a nice table

### Re: [R] write.csv fails with \$ operator invalid for atomic

Where does the table come from? write.csv(t, file = t.csv) looks like it would work --- On Tue, 12/1/09, ggraves ggwra...@sfwmd.gov wrote: From: ggraves ggra...@sfwmd.gov Subject: [R] write.csv fails with \$ operator invalid for atomic To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Tuesday, December

### Re: [R] Creating a string

?paste a - 1:5 paste(X,a, sep=) --- On Mon, 12/14/09, Tom Pitt t.p...@hotmail.com wrote: From: Tom Pitt t.p...@hotmail.com Subject: [R] Creating a string To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Monday, December 14, 2009, 4:31 PM Hi All, Thanks for your help. I want to add a letter x

### Re: [R] write.csv and header

Just write the headers once and append as many times as needed? You can append as many datasets as you want. --- On Wed, 12/16/09, rkevinbur...@charter.net rkevinbur...@charter.net wrote: From: rkevinbur...@charter.net rkevinbur...@charter.net Subject: Re: [R] write.csv and header To:

### Re: [R] How to print to file?

?sink perhaps? --- On Sat, 12/19/09, Peng Yu pengyu...@gmail.com wrote: From: Peng Yu pengyu...@gmail.com Subject: [R] How to print to file? To: r-h...@stat.math.ethz.ch Received: Saturday, December 19, 2009, 7:12 AM I don't find a function to print a string to file. Would somebody let

### Re: [R] Two Easy questions

?text for the first question ? plot(xx\$Eight, xx\$Punctuation) text(xx\$Eight, xx\$Punctuation, xx\$Name) You will need to play around with the values for Punctuation to get the names to be beside the dots --- On Thu, 12/24/09, Jose Narillos de Santos narillosdesan...@gmail.com wrote: From:

### Re: [R] Column naming issues using read.table

I'm not exactly an expert so this is not likely a good way to do it but if the actual variable names are constant across the files why not just read in the data and assign the names later? see skip in ?read.table. x - read.table(d:/junk1.txt, skip=2) should read in the data. You can

### Re: [R] Reading Input file

First of all there seems to be something wrong with your equation rate_name[i] = (paste(`rate', i, ‘.csv`, sep = ‘’)) Try this rate_name[i] - paste(rate,i,.csv, sep=) I am not --- On Sat, 12/26/09, Maithili Shiva maithili_sh...@yahoo.com wrote: From: Maithili Shiva maithili_sh...@yahoo.com

### Re: [R] how to create a simple loop ?

An alternative approach (clumsy but probably not as clumsy as a loop) would be to create a sixth column as a factor and aggregate on that. Simple-minded example : === mydata - data.frame(matrix(rnorm(100),nrow=20)) mydata[,6] -

### Re: [R] refering to the 'boundaries' of a graph

I think what you are encountering is a standard R default. R, by default, adds 4% to the axes. I suspect that this is to avoid graphing points right on the x or x axis and thus obscuring them. Have a look at ?par xaxs for more information and how to change the default. --- On Mon,

### Re: [R] Accessing member

Assuming the data set is called xx subset (xx, xx\$V1==AB) or xx[1,] if you now AB is the first row of the data. --- On Mon, 12/28/09, Nick Torenvliet nick.torenvl...@gmail.com wrote: From: Nick Torenvliet nick.torenvl...@gmail.com Subject: [R] Accessing members To:

### Re: [R] Newbie needs to count elements in a row

Could you just transpose the matrix? Otherwise you can write a simple function that should work. Try this -(mat1 - matrix(c(1, 2, 3, NA, 10, 2, NA, 8, 9, NA),nrow=2)) gl - function(x)length(x[!is.na(x)] apply(mat1, 1, gl)

### Re: [R] iterating over a data frame the R way?

Uh what do you want to do to it/them? Here are a couple of R-type commands on a data.frame. mydata - data.frame(vec1 = seq(19,109, by=10), vec2 =seq(30,120, by=10)) mydata[,1]+mydata[,2] apply(mydata, 2, mean) --- On Thu, 12/31/09, donahc...@me.com donahc...@me.com wrote: From:

### Re: [R] how to plot multiple density functions in one graph

?lines ?points --- On Mon, 1/4/10, John Westbury jrwestb...@gmail.com wrote: From: John Westbury jrwestb...@gmail.com Subject: [R] how to plot multiple density functions in one graph To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Monday, January 4, 2010, 3:13 PM Hello, I am new to R and have two

### Re: [R] Data Frame Transpose

Well, if nothing else, you have missing comma. :) x01=y[,1]), x01=y[,1], x02=y[,2], x03=y[,3] -- fn - function(x) {   y - t(x[,2])   data.frame( Croptype=x[1,1], Period =x[1,2], name=colnames(x)[2], x01=y[,1])x01=y[,1], x02=y[,2], x03=y[,3] } ---Problem here m -

### Re: [R] Bar plots with stacked and grouped (juxtaposed) bars together

I have the feeling that you can do this with ggplot2 but why? You are likely to be much better off using a dotchart. ?dotchart --- On Mon, 1/4/10, Elmer Wix elmer.cabekaziruronometu@gmail.com wrote: From: Elmer Wix elmer.cabekaziruronometu@gmail.com Subject: [R] Bar plots with

### Re: [R] (no subject)

It looks like superpose.eb is someone's function and not in a package. https://stat.ethz.ch/pipermail/r-help/2002-November/027299.html --- On Thu, 6/3/10, Rosario Garcia Gil m.rosario.gar...@genfys.slu.se wrote: From: Rosario Garcia Gil m.rosario.gar...@genfys.slu.se Subject: [R] (no subject)

### Re: [R] import text file into R

What does the text look like? --- On Thu, 6/3/10, dhanush dhana...@gmail.com wrote: From: dhanush dhana...@gmail.com Subject: [R] import text file into R To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Thursday, June 3, 2010, 7:32 AM can anyone tell me how to import a text file in R? the text file

### Re: [R] horizontal and vertical line with arrow in a plot

# A very quick example of how to draw an arrow on a graph. plot(1:10) text(2,5, Point 5 , cex=.8) arrows(3,5, 4.5, 5) --- On Thu, 6/3/10, Roslina Zakaria zrosl...@yahoo.com wrote: From: Roslina Zakaria zrosl...@yahoo.com Subject: [R] horizontal and vertical line with arrow in a plot To:

### Re: [R] how to use 'points' function to plot two curves with errbar

The first thing we need to know is what errbar are you using? There are at least two, on in the Hmisc package and one in sfsmisc. PLEASE do read the posting guide http://www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html and provide commented, minimal, self-contained,reproducible code. I'm not sure what

### Re: [R] variation

?var perhaps --- On Sat, 6/5/10, Adel ESSAFI adel.s...@imag.fr wrote: From: Adel ESSAFI adel.s...@imag.fr Subject: Re: [R] variation To: r-help@r-project.org Received: Saturday, June 5, 2010, 7:57 AM 2010/6/5 Jannis bt_jan...@yahoo.de What exactly do you mean by variation? As I