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• ### How to Use Arithmetic Vector Operations in R

One set of arithmetic functions in R consists of functions in which the outcome is dependent on more than one value in the vector. Summing a vector wi...

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• ### How to Test Vector Types in R

R contains a set of functions that allow you to test for the type of a vector. All these functions have the same syntax: is, a dot, and then the name...

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• ### R Code Editor Options

R is many things: a programming language, a statistical processing environment, a way to solve problems, and a collection of helpful tools to make you...

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• ### How to Vectorize Your Functions in R

Vectorized functions are a very useful feature of R, but programmers who are used to other languages often have trouble with this concept at first. A...

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• ### How to Use Mathematical Functions in R

In R, of course, you want to use more than just basic operators. R comes with a whole set of mathematical functions. R naturally contains a whole set...

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• ### How to Save the History of Your Work in R

By default, R keeps track of all the commands you use in a session. This tracking can come in handy if you need to reuse a command you used earlier or...

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• ### How to Create Vectors in R

To create a vector from a simple sequence of integers, for example, you use the colon operator (:) in R. The code 3:7 gives you a vector with the numb...

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• ### How to Construct Vectors in R

A vector is the simplest type of data structure in R. The R manual defines a vector as “a single entity consisting of a collection of things....

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• ### How to Select Naming Styles in R

If you have experience in programming, you’ve probably heard of camel case, before. It’s a way of giving longer names to objects and funct...

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• ### How to Repeat Vectors in R

In R, you can combine a vector with itself if you want to repeat it, but if you want to repeat the values in a vector many times, using the c() functi...

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