[R] R question
marc_schwartz at comcast.net
Fri May 4 20:30:11 CEST 2007
On Fri, 2007-05-04 at 12:05 -0500, Bill Vorias wrote:
> I had a question about Random Forests. I have a text file with 10
> dichotomous variables and a bivariate response vector. I read this file
> into R as a data frame, and then used the command "randomForest(Response ~.,
> dataset, etc.." where "Response" is the column header of the response
> variable and "dataset" is the name of the data frame. I get an error that
> says "Response" not found. I was looking at the Iris data example in the R
> help files, and it seems like this is exactly what they did. Do you have
> any suggestions? Thanks.
R you sure that you have correctly specified the column and data frame
names in the call to randomForest()?
Be sure to check for typos, including capitalization.
You can use:
to check for the current objects in your working environment and you can
to display information about the detailed structure and/or column names,
respectively, in the data frame that you created from the imported data.
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