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r programming

How to: Create column names in R / R Studio

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If you want to create your own headers there is an easy way to do that. You can use the optional col.names argument to...
r programming

How to: Import NFL Data into R / R Studio – HTML import

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If you want to start running some cool analysis on NFL data (or any other sport for that matter) there are a number of...
histogram in r

Learning R plot with NFL Data wins vs. yards allowed

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R plot data doesn't need to be boring. Being an NFL football fan has made it a lot more interesting to create lessons on...
histogram in r

Histogram in R: How to example using NFL QB data

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A histogram in R is very useful to use when you want to see more detail on all of the data within your data...

How to merge data frames in R

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You will find occasions when you'll need to merge data from two different data frames. In order to merge two datasets you are required...
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How to run a cross table in R

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Running a cross table, or cross tab, in R is useful for a number of applications for data research. In the example below, we...

How to use the quantile function in R

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The quantile function in R displays sample quantiles corresponding to given probabilities. The smallest observation corresponds to a probability of 0 and the largest...

How to Get, Set or Change your working directory in R

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If you are just starting out in R it'll be important to know how to determine your working directory or how to find the...
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How to read a table in R

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Reading a table in R is quite straight-forward. We are going to read a table from the web and also one locally. If you...

How to Import Data as CSV into R

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There are a few different ways to import data into R. We will cover two ways in this post, downloading a file from the...
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