Sunday, September 15, 2024

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: 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...

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...

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...

What is Random Sampling and How to run it in R

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We will walk you through how to run random sampling in R, but first lets discuss what is random sampling and why is it...

How to generate random numbers and set seeds in R

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Lets learn how to generate random numbers in R. There might be occasions where you'd want to draw random numbers but want to be...