[R] Categorizing and displaying excel data in tabular format
ruipbarradas at sapo.pt
Tue Feb 4 21:18:49 CET 2014
With me the following worked:
URL <- "http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/file/n4684711/R_format.csv"
dat <- read.csv(URL)
'data.frame': 34 obs. of 2 variables:
$ Tasks : Factor w/ 10 levels "Code upgrade BE/FE",..: 4 4 4
4 8 6 6 6 6 6 ...
$ Client.Mnemonic: Factor w/ 18 levels "AHSW_CA","ANMC_AK",..: 2 2 18
18 2 9 9 8 8 8 ...
I also find fortune(122) appropriate.
Em 04-02-2014 16:49, Greg Snow escreveu:
> First, .csv files are not Excel files (and I was unable to open the
> one you link to).
> Second, while the word "Help" is used many ways, this list is intended
> to assist, i.e. you show that you have done some work and tell us
> where you are stuck and we are happy to give hints and pointers to
> help you get unstuck. This list is not a "we do everything for you"
> list. You should read the posting guide (link at the bottom of this
> and every post) and "An Introduction to R". Then show us what you
> have tried, what is not working for you, and what you would like to
> As it is, your question does not even have enough information to let
> us know what question(s) you are trying to answer. There are many
> different plots to explore data in many different ways to answer
> different questions, your question does not narrow things down enough
> to give us a direction to point you. See `fortune(122)`.
> On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 9:27 AM, ashrafali <ashrafali at techie.com> wrote:
>> R_format.csv <http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/file/n4684711/R_format.csv>
>> I am new to R Programming and need help on categorizing and plotting the
>> data in the attached excel file into tabular format. Please help.
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