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Classifcation in R Data Mining Prof. Dawn Woodard School of ORIE Cornell University 1 Outline 1 Announcements 2 R Programming 2 Announcements ... 4 R / S-PLUS Classes Vector, array, data.frame, list. Test with e.g. is.vector( myObject ) , is.data.frame(myObject) Created in different ways Dereferenced in different ways Each can have elements that are of type numeric, character, factor, or logical. numeric means real-valued / integer-valued character means character / string factor means categorical logical means TRUE / FALSE 6

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R / S-PLUS Vectors Vector objects can be created by: > a <- c(7, 3, 7) > b <- (1:5) > c <- rep(0, 10) > d <- c(“Monday”, “Tuesday”) Vectors can be of type numeric, character, factor, or logical: > is.numeric(a) [1] T > is.factor(a) [1] F > is.character(d) [1] T 7 R / S-PLUS Vectors To ±nd out the number of elements in a vector, call length : > a <- rep(0, 7) > length(a) [1] 7 > a <- c(“Monday”, “Tuesday”) > length(a) [1] 2 The “[1]” here just indicates the ±rst line of the displayed results.
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