Re: [R] Classifying values in vector

From: Sundar Dorai-Raj <sundar.dorai-raj_at_pdf.com>
Date: Thu 18 Aug 2005 - 02:57:37 EST

mark salsburg wrote:
> I have a vector of size 217 called "A".
>
> the values of A are not sorted and range from 0 to 1 (normalized)
>
> I am having difficulty writing a program to create a new vector "B" where
>
> if A's value is 0< A <=0.333 then B is 0
> if A's value is 0.333< A <=0.666 then B is 1
> if A's value is 0.666< A <=1 then B is 2
>
> so if A is
>
> 0.22
> 0.999
> 0.444
> 0
>
> B would be
>
> 0
> 2
> 1
> 0
>
> thank you,
>

Didn't look closely at your example. If "A" can == zero then you need to include "include.lowest = TRUE" in your call to cut. This would mean your breaks are:

if A's value is 0 <= A <=0.333 then B is 0

which is different from what you have written above.

--sundar



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