[R] zero center a group of variables
Peter Dalgaard BSA
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Wed Apr 17 22:57:19 CEST 2002
"Héctor Villalobos" <hvillalo at ipn.mx> writes:
> A simple question, perhaps to simple, but I am new to R:
> For a data frame with k variables and n1+n2 observations (two
> groups) how can i substract the group means for every variable, so
> both group variables become centered to mean zero?
>
> Thanks in advance for your help
>
> Héctor
in 1.5.0, we'll have
split(x, g) <- lapply(split(x, g), scale, scale=FALSE)
Till then, you'll have to do something like
x[g==1,] <- scale(x[g==1,], scale=FALSE)
x[g==2,] <- scale(x[g==2,], scale=FALSE)
or, more general
for ( i in split(1:length(g), g) )
x[i,] <- scale(x[i,], scale=FALSE)
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