From: Philipp Chapkovski <chapkovski_at_gmail.com>

Date: Mon, 30 May 2011 00:51:12 +0400

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Date: Mon, 30 May 2011 00:51:12 +0400

Hello!

The question should be very naive, but I am a beginner and stuck with
this unfortunately.

There is a dataset of people's affiliation to companies that looks
like that (a data frame actually)

x y

1 a X

2 b X

3 c X

4 f Z

5 e Z

6 g Z

where x is a name of a person and y is a company name. That is, a,b,c
work in a company X. f,e,g work in a company Z.

x y owner

1 a X W

...

4 f Z W

I know it should be done somehow with factors, but I don't know how. Thank you in advance!

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