Re: [R] inverse function of melt

From: Henrique Dallazuanna <wwwhsd_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 10:43:17 -0300

Try this:

 xtabs(value ~ YEAR + variable, x)

On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 10:39 AM, n.vialma_at_libero.it <n.vialma_at_libero.it>wrote:

>
> Dear list,
> I'm looking for an inverse function of melt(which is in package
> reshape).Namely, I had a data frame like this
> (Table1)
>
> YEAR VAR1 VAR2 VAR3
> 1995 7 3 45
>
> 1996 5 6 32
>
> 1997 6 10 15
> I transformed my data by using the melt function and my data was reshaped
> in the following format:
> (Table2)
>
> YEAR variable value
>
> 1995 VAR1 7
>
> 1996 VAR1 5
>
> 1997 VAR1 6
> 1995 VAR2 7
>
> 1996 VAR2 5
>
> 1997 VAR2 6
> 1995 VAR3 7
>
> 1996 VAR3 5
>
> 1997 VAR3 6
>
> Now I would like to come back to the original format, namely table1.
> Anyone could help me??
> Thanks for your attention!
>
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