[R] relationship between two factors
Greg.Snow at intermountainmail.org
Thu Dec 6 20:05:02 CET 2007
The 'table' function will give you the simple counts. Plotting a table
with the 'plot' function gives common charts for this. The 'CrossTable'
function in the gmodels package creates the table along with additional
information. There are a lot of other functions for creating/working
with tables depending on what you are trying to do.
Hope this helps,
Gregory (Greg) L. Snow Ph.D.
Statistical Data Center
greg.snow at intermountainmail.org
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> I have a dataset with two variables that are factors:
> 1) Decision Making Satisfaction (DMS), values = A -
> Completely, B - Mostly, C - Partly, D - Not at all
> 2) IT Satisfaction values (ITS), values = A - Completely, B -
> Mostly, C
> - Partly, D - Not at all
> I would like to produce a table (matrix) and a chart of the
> factors, with counts at the cross sections:
> A B C D
> B counts
> How can I do this in R?
> Many thanks,
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