Base functions are a set of functions in the R programming language that are included in the base package, which is automatically installed and loaded when the R problem executes. These functions provide a wide range of functionality, including mathematical operations, statistical functions, data manipulation, and input/output operations.
In this article, I will explain some R base functions from the R Programming Language.
R Mathematical Functions
R Base Package has a wide range of built-in mathematical functions that can be used to perform various types of mathematical operations, such as arithmetic, algebraic, trigonometric, and statistical functions.
The R Arithmetic operations are
%% and below are some algebraic functions.
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These are just a few examples, and there are many more mathematical functions available in R. You can find a complete list of mathematical functions in the R documentation or by typing
help(math) in the R console.
R Statistical functions
R also has a wide range of built-in statistical functions that can be used to perform various types of statistical analyses, such as computing descriptive statistics, testing hypotheses, and fitting statistical models.
Besides R base functions, you can also use specialized packages in R, such as the
stats package, to access additional statistical functions.
Here are some examples of common statistical functions in R.
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You can find a complete list of statistical functions in the R documentation or by typing
help(stats) in the R console.
R Input / Output Functions
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|print(), sprintf(), print()|
In this article, you have learned different R base package functions. Functions from the R base package are automatically installed and available to use by default. These functions provide a wide range of functionality, including mathematical operations, statistical functions, data manipulation, and input/output operation