# Tag Archives: R Factor-Function

tapply() function in R Language is used to apply a function over a subset of vectors given by a combination of factors Syntax: tapply(vector, factor,… Read More
In R programming, jittering means adding small amount of random noise to a numeric vector object. In this article, we’ll learn to use jitter() function… Read More
gl() function in R Language is used to generate factors by specifying the pattern of their levels. Syntax: gl(x, k, length, labels, ordered) Parameters: x:… Read More
levels() function in R Language is used to get or set the levels of a factor. Syntax: levels(x) Parameters: x: Factor Object Example 1: #… Read More
nlevels() function in R Language is used to get the number of levels of a factor. Syntax: nlevels(x) Parameters: x: Factor Object Example 1: #… Read More
droplevels() function in R programming used to remove unused levels from a Factor. Syntax: # For vector object droplevels(x, exclude = if(anyNA(levels(x))) NULL else NA,… Read More
is.ordered() function in R Programming Language is used to check if the passed factor is an ordered factor. Syntax: is.ordered(factor) Parameters:  factor: Factor to be… Read More
as.ordered() function in R Language takes an unordered factor as argument and converts it into an ordered factor. Syntax: as.ordered(factor) Parameters: factor: Unordered Factor to… Read More
as.factor() function in R Programming Language is used to convert the passed object(usually Vector) into a Factor. Syntax: as.factor(object) Parameters:  Object: Vector to be converted… Read More
is.factor() function in R Language is used to check if the object passed to the function is a Factor or not. It returns a boolean… Read More
Factor Analysis also known as Exploratory Factor Analysis is a statistical technique used in R programming to identify the inactive relational structure and further, narrowing… Read More
Factors in R programming are kind of data structures that stores categorical data i.e., levels and can have any type of data (integer, string, etc).… Read More