Data Types in R Programming.

There are a variety of different “built-in-data types” in R Programming such as:

  • Atomic classes: numeric, logical, character, integer, complex.
  • Vectors, lists.
  • Factors.
  • Missing values.
  • Data frames and matrices.

All R objects can have attributes that help to describe what is in the object. Perhaps the most useful attributes are names, such as column and row names in a data frame, or simply names in a vector or list. Attributes like dimensions are also important as they can modify the behaviour of objects, like turning a vector into a matrix.

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