# For Loop in R With Examples

The for loop in R is used to repeatedly execute a set of statements or block of code a specified number of times or until a specified condition is satisfied.…

# R solve() Equation with Examples

R solve() is a generic function that solves the linear algebraic equation a %*% x = b for x, where b can be either a vector or a matrix. For example 10 * x =…

# Pipe in R with Examples

Pipe %>% in R is the most used operator that was introduced in magrittr package by Stefan Milton Bache. The pipe operator %>% is used to express a sequence of multiple operations,…

# R lm() Function – Fitting Linear Models

R lm() function stands for linear models that is used to fit linear regression models. By using this function you can perform simple and multiple linear regression models. lm() returns an…

# %NOTIN% Operator in R

There is no such %notin% (not in) operator in R however, you can negate the %in% operator to get the desired result. And again you can't use !%in% operator directly, instead you…

# Usage of %in% Operator in R

The %in% operator in R is used to check if the values of the first argument are present in the second argument and returns a logical vector indicating if there…

# Usage of Dollar in R

What is dollar \$ in R code and how to use it? Dollar sign \$ in R Programming is an operator that is used to access, add, update, and delete…

# Dates and Times in R with Examples

Times in R are represented by the POSIXct or POSIXlt class and Dates are represented by the Date class. The as.Date() function handles dates in R without time. This function takes the date as a…

# outer() Function in R with Examples

The outer() in R is used to apply the function to two arrays or vectors to get the result in a Matrix. In this article, I will explain the syntax…

# Running Time of R Code & Function

We are often required to measure the running time of an R code or timing of a function. You can get the timing in R using several methods. For example,…