[R] transform excel data into graph
aaront at uniserve.com
Mon Jul 9 03:02:27 CEST 2007
There are numerous ways of importing data from excel. One is to save as a
.csv and use the read.csv function. Or, you can copy to the clipboard and
use the read.delim("clipboard",header=T) function.
Are you looking at a bar graph where the lessons have the names nested below
them on the x axis, and the numbers on the y?
As these are all introductory elements of using R, going through the
numerous intro R manuals available online is your best bet. Try:
and also under "Contributed Documentation" at the above site.
> Hello everyone,
> I have a set of data in the following form, which are stored in an Excel
> nick john peter
> lesson1 0.465 0.498 0.473
> lesson2 0.422 0.44 0.134
> lesson3 0.45 0.35 0.543
> lesson4 0.590 0.64 0.11
> lesson5 0.543 0.5 0.32
> What I want to do is a 2d-graph plot where I will have the name of the
> student in the X-axis and the name of the lesson in the Y-axis and the
> number from each pair will be used to construct the plot.
> I am newbie with R and I don't know which package shall I use nor the
> commands with which I will import my data in R so that the plot will be
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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