[R] Combining columns
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Mon Nov 21 22:54:36 CET 2016
If you always have only one non-NA value in the first three columns:
On Tue, Nov 22, 2016 at 8:26 AM, Olu Ola via R-help
<r-help at r-project.org> wrote:
> Hello,I have the following data
> | colA | colB | colC | colD |
> | NA | pumpkin | NA | Pumpkin |
> | Cassava | NA | NA | Cassava |
> | yam | NA | NA | yam |
> | NA | Cherry | NA | Cherry |
> | NA | NA | Pepper | Pepper |
> | NA | NA | Mango | Mango |
> | maize | NA | NA | maize |
> All I want to do is to combine the first three columns in order to obtain the fourth column.
> A way forward will be greatly appreciated.
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