Data Types in R: Beginning R Programming – Part 2

It’s really important to know your main r data types so you can check what kind of values you’re working with when modeling data, or when casting it as a certain data type. Learn how to check numeric data types from integers, to floating-point numbers, to negative and positive numbers, as well as character/strings and logical data types.

Prerequisites:
Data Set
How to Install R

Part 3: 
Creating Variables in R

Part 1:
“Hello World” Program

Full Series:
Beginning R Programming

More Data Science Material:
[Video Series] Data Mining Fundamentals
[Blog] Building Data Visualization Tools

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Rebecca Merrett
About The Author
- Rebecca holds a bachelor’s degree of information and media from the University of Technology Sydney, and is undertaking her post graduate diploma in mathematics and statistics from the University of Southern Queensland. She has a background in writing for tech publications.

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