From: Martyn Plummer (email@example.com)
Date: Sat 03 Mar 2001 - 00:19:28 EST
On 02-Mar-01 Tord Snall wrote:
> Dear all,
> I would like to standardise my data. Here is an exemple for two columns:
>> onorm<- read.table("onorm.txt", header=T)
>  "on1" "on2" "on3" "on4" "on5"
>> norm<- data.frame((onorm$on1-mean(onorm$on1))/stdev(onorm$on1),
> I would be happy however not having got to do this coulumnwise since I have
> about 80 columns. Could someone please give a hint on how to do this for
> the whole matrix.
norm <- sweep(onorm, 2, apply(onorm, 2, mean), "-") # standardize mean to 0
norm <- sweep(norm, 2, apply(norm, 2, sd), "/") # standardize variance to 1
> The names of the coulumns are on1, on2 etc. as above. I want the columns in
> the new standardised dataset to have the names son1, son2 etc, i.e. adding
> an s to all the original column names. How do I do that?
names(norm) <- paste("s", names(norm), sep="")
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