Re: [R] sum each row and output results

From: milton ruser <milton.ruser_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 16:04:56 -0300

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my.df<-read.table(stdin(), head=T, sep=" ")

V5 V5.1 V5.2 V5.3 V5.4 V5.5
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
-5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183

my.df$rowSum<-rowSums(my.df)

my.df

or

my.df.rsum<-data.frame(cbind(rsum=rowSums(my.df))) my.df.rsum

Miltinho Astronauta
Brazil

On 7/23/08, Rheannon <rbrooks_at_uvic.ca> wrote:
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I have the following data frame (DF):
>
> V5 V5.1 V5.2 V5.3 V5.4 V5.5
> 2 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 3 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 4 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 5 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 6 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 7 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 8 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 9 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 10 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
> 11 -5890.18905 -6019.84665 -6211.06545 -6198.9353 -6616.8677 -6498.7183
>
> I would like to sum each row and output the results to another dataframe
> (Results).
> The resluts would be
> Results[1] <- sum(DF[1])
>
> When I try this i get:
> Error in FUN(X[[1L]], ...) :
> only defined on a data frame with all numeric variables
>
> I have also tried
> apply(AFDDsec,1,sum)
> Error in FUN(newX[, i], ...) : invalid 'type' (character) of argument
>
> What am I doing wrong?
> Eventually I would like to do this with a dataframe that has 44 columns and
> 5329 rows.
>
> Cheers,
> R
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