[R] R does not subset
JohnField at ozemail.com.au
Tue May 7 10:20:47 CEST 2013
This typically occurs because of sloppy manual data entry outside of R. To
relieve further analysis pain, you can manually clean the data (usually only
effective for one-time analyses) or use R to fix problems right after
loading the data (there are multiple methods for doing this... I prefer
using ?sub on character data before creating the factor).
str_trim in package stringr is great for this.
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