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Unformatted text preview: ###more functions### min(fib) #returns the minimum value of the "fib" vector max(fib) #returns the maximum value of the "fib" vector cumsum(fib) #returns a running total of the values of "fib" summary(fib) #returns the MIN, Q1, M, Q3, and MAX of "fib" fib=c(fib, 13, 21) #adds new values to the end of "fib" fib #returns the values of "fib" length(fib) #returns the length, or number of values of "fib" fib[9]=34 #adds the value 34 to the 9th place of the "fib" vector fib #returns the values of "fib" data.entry(fib) #opens a spreadsheet for easy data entry hist(fib) #creates a histogram of the values of "fib" boxplot(fib) #creates a boxplot of the values of "fib" help() #opens the help menu help(mean) #opens the help entry for the mean function ?mean #opens the help entry for the mean function...
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course STAT 200 taught by Professor Agniel during the Spring '09 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.
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