Data

Data Types in R

Introduction In the previous post, we learnt how to create variables in R. In this post, we will learn about the following data types: numeric/double integer character logical date/time Numeric In R, numbers are represented by the data type numeric. We will first create a variable and assign it a value. Next we will learn a few methods of checking the type of the variable. # create two variables number1 <- 3.

Variables in R

Introduction In the previous post, we learnt to install RStudio. In this post, we will learn about variables and data types. You can skip this post, if you have prior experience in any other programming language. What is a variable? variables are the fundamental elements of any programming language they are used to represent values that are likely to change they reference memory locations that store information/data Let us use a simple case study to understand variables.

Data Types in R

Introduction This is the fourth post in the series Introduction to R. In the previous post, we learnt how to create variables in R. In this post, we will learn about the following data types: numeric/double integer character logical date/time Numeric In R, numbers are represented by the data type numeric. We will first create a variable and assign it a value. Next we will learn a few methods of checking the type of the variable.

Getting Started With R

Introduction This is the third post in the series Introduction to R. In the previous post, we learnt to install RStudio. In this post, we will learn about variables and data types. You can skip this post, if you have prior experience in any other programming language. What is a variable? variables are the fundamental elements of any programming language they are used to represent values that are likely to change they reference memory locations that store information/data Let us use a simple case study to understand variables.