[R] How can I delete column yhat AND STILL retain the order of Response?
jdnewmil at dcn.davis.ca.us
Sat Apr 1 21:37:22 CEST 2017
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On April 1, 2017 12:13:56 PM PDT, BR_email <br at dmstat1.com> wrote:
>Thanks. I will try it.
>FYI: I did attached the data, but here it is re-attached.
>Bruce Ratner, Ph.D.
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>Rui Barradas wrote:
>> 1) We don't have access to your file firstRdata.csv so what I'll say
>> is just an untested guess. You can post some of your data with the
>> following R command.
>> dput(head(Response, 20)) # paste the output of this in a mail
>> 2) First you use read.csv that outputs a data.frame and then do
>> data.frame(Response). Useless. Response already is a df.
>> 3) I believe the trouble you're facing comes from your use of
>> attach(). This function is _never_ needed and is cause of all sorts
>> bugs. In particular, what you are ordering is the attached copy of
>> Response, and all changes you do to it will only have effect on the
>> copy. The original is left as it were.
>> So run the same code (with the obvious bug yhatResponse$yhat
>> corrected) but eliminating the 'attach' instruction. And see if it
>> reorders Response.
>> Hope this helps,
>> Rui Barradas
>> Em 01-04-2017 17:32, BR_email escreveu:
>>> Response <- read.csv("C:/R_Data/firstRdata.csv", sep=",",
>>> Response <- data.frame(Response)
>>> Response <- Response[order(-yhat),]
>>> Response <- Response[rev(order(yhatResponse$yhat)),]
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