[R] help with simple R-question

From: Rina Miehs <rmi_at_danishmeat.dk>
Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2007 11:33:52 +0200


hello  

what do i write for R to recognize both columns?  

In the R-script downunder you can see that i use tapply to get my information out of my data, and then i need to use it as a dataframe with both columns! It is like R is using the first column as an observationnumber or something, how can i change that??  

> antal1 <-tapply(l1$omlob1,l1$farid,length)
> antal1

1437987 10000100 10007995 10008295 10008792 10010203 10018703 10033401

        2         3         3         2         3         1         1  
      2 

 10048900 10050492 10055897 10076495 10081892 10094801 10100692 10101395
        3         1         3         3         6         2         5  
     20 

 10101495 10101595 10104692 10113592 10113697 10114297 10120797 10120897
        1         5         4         2         6        11         1  
      4 

 10121697 10121897 10121997 10133592 10142892 10142995 10146495 10150497
       16         3         6         1         1         6         4  
      4 

 10150692 10157092 10157292 10164792 10170892 10171795 10171895 10172300
        5         2         4         4         4         4         4  
      1 

 10175195 10187802 10192499 10192897 10198295 10200493 10201693 10211593
        1         2         2         3         5         1         3  
      5 

> antal1 <- data.frame(antal1)
> antal1
          antal1
1437987        2
10000100       3
10007995       3
10008295       2
10008792       3
10010203      NA
10018703      NA
10033401       2
10048900       3
10050492       1
10055897       3
10076495       3
10081892       6
10094801       2
10100692       5
 

Thanks
Rina

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