[R] FW: Transposing the output of 'table'
pdalgd at gmail.com
Tue Oct 8 00:11:46 CEST 2013
On Oct 6, 2013, at 20:25 , Andrea Lamont wrote:
> If t(table(OBJECT)) does not work, does:
> -i.e. use matrix operations?
Please try before posting...
table() results in a 1d table, i.e. a vector; t() of a vector is a row matrix, so it still displays horisontally. To get a column matrix, it works to transpose twice, but as.matrix works too, as others have already pointed out. I think my favorite is to use cbind(), which conveniently also allows you to set a heading:
- Peter D.
> On Sun, Oct 6, 2013 at 1:47 PM, LAMONT, ANDREA <LAMONTA at mailbox.sc.edu>wrote:
>> From: r-help-bounces at r-project.orgOn Behalf OfBerend Hasselman
>> Sent: Sunday, October 06, 2013 1:44:30 PM (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US &
>> To: Dennis Fisher
>> Cc: r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch
>> Subject: Re: [R] Transposing the output of 'table'
>> On 06-10-2013, at 19:30, Dennis Fisher <fisher at plessthan.com> wrote:
>>> R 3.0.1
>>> OS X
>>> If I execute the command:
>>> the output might look like:
>>> 1 2
>>> 25 336
>>> I would like it to appear as:
>>> 1 25
>>> 2 336
>>> I can accomplish this with:
>>> TABLE <- table(OBJECT)
>>> data.frame(names(TABLE), as.numeric(TABLE))
>>> However, I bet that a more clever approach exists? Any takers?
>> Have you tried t(table(OBJECT)) ?
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