R Programming

R programming language provides an environment for statistical computing and graphics. It’s a GNU project, which was developed at Bell Laboratories. It’s similar to the S programming language.

R provides a wide variety of statistical and graphical techniques and is highly extensible.

R is Open-Source and it runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac operating systems.

Trunc() Function In R

The trunc() function in R – Things to know

The trunc() function in R is more often used by the programmers to round the values to zero decimal points. In other words, you can convert float values into an int using trunc() function. You….

Subset() Function In R

A Complete Reference to the Subset() function in R

R language is a supremo in analysing data, which includes data processing, manipulation and analysis. It offers numerous function to do so and subset() function in R is one among them. In general words, subsetting….

Read Excel In R

How to Read Excel/xlsx Files in R?

Hello folks, now, read the excel files in R with ease with the use of libraries such as readxl and xlsx. In this article, we are going to discuss many things which be interesting as….

Export A Dataframe To Csv File In R

How to Export a DataFrame to a CSV File in R Programming?

In this tutorial, we are going to export a data frame to CSV file in R. Being a high-end statistical analysis language, R offers tremendous functions and packages, which aids you in the process of….

Substring() Function In R

The substring() function in R – Things to know

Substring() function in R is widely used to either extract the characters present in the data or to manipulate the data. You can easily extract the required characters from a string and also replace the….

Strsplit() Function In R

How to use strsplit() function in R?

As a programmer, you may need to work on tons of strings. You will perform concatenation and splitting of them very often. There comes the strsplit() function in R. In a previous article, we have….

Pie Chart In R

Pie Charts in R – Implemented in Plain R, GGPlot2, and Plotrix

A pie chart in R is a statistical graph that is circular in nature. Pie charts use ‘Slices’ to represent or illustrate the numerical distribution of the data. In a Pie chart, the size of….

Quantile Function In R

Quantile() function in R – A brief guide

You can generate the sample quantiles using the quantile() function in R. Hello people, today we will be looking at how to find the quantiles of the values using the quantile() function. Quantile: In laymen….

generating a sequence in R

Generating a sequence in R using seq() function

generating a sequence in R

USER PROMT

How to take user input in R?

Taking a user input is very simple in R using readline() function. In this tutorial, we will see how we can prompt the user in R. Interacting with the users for the input is going….

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