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  1. trinker

    Share your functions & code

    I’m starting this thread as a sharing thread. The power of [R] is in building and sharing on one another’s creativity. I’m often amazed at how people have used [R]. Anyway I’m starting this thread because I’ve been playing with special operators. I made a marginal +/- operator and thought...
  2. R

    Loading Data from Multiple files and saving same graph produced from each file.

    Hi, I'm new to R and programming. I don't really know where to start on this. What I'd like to accomplish is having R open a file containing my seperate file names (all .csv files), and then load one file at a time, and produce the same graph from it, and saving it as a pdf but with the same...
  3. Z

    Missing values with Row and Column Totals

    Hello everyone, I'm working with government panel data (yearly data of manufacturing industry (row) by continent (column)) that has a lot (about 10%) missing values that appear to be random. However, I do have the row and column totals, and I do have (in many cases), the surrounding years'...
  4. B

    Passing symlinks to `importData()` in Splus?

    In Splus, read.table(file="mysymlink.csv") does just fine with symlinks for the `file` argument. On the other hand, importData(file="mysymlink.csv") breaks, giving the following message: Warning: No variables in dataset. NULL data frame with 0 rows Q: How can I get `importData()` to...
  5. A

    keeping only certain values of a variable (not manually)

    Hi there, I have two data sets. One is a large data set containing a week variable 'wk'. The other has just one variable , 'wk2', which contains values of 'wk' corresponding to rows in the large data set that I'd like to keep, and remove the rest. How can I do this? (without manually...
  6. K

    Using Kendall test to find correlation between Likert type data

    Greetings! I am doing a small experiment and I was wondering if I have the correct method for analysing the data. Two groups of participants (speakers and listeners) comment on a description of a famous person. The speaker creates a description and answers the question: "I think a general...