mhafizhasan
6/17/2015 - 8:49 AM

R Programming

# R Programming

#### Week #1

``````## What is the value of Ozone in the 47th row?

data[47,c("Ozone")]
``````
``````## How many missing values are in the Ozone column of this data frame?

miss <- is.na(dataset[, "Ozone"])
sum(miss)
``````
``````## What is the mean of the Ozone column in this dataset? Exclude missing values (coded as NA) from this calculation.

mean(data\$Ozone[!is.na(data\$Ozone)])
mean(dataset[, "Ozone"], na.rm = TRUE)
``````
``````## Extract the subset of rows of the data frame where Ozone values are above 31 and Temp values are above 90. What is the mean of Solar.R in this subset?

good <- complete.cases(data\$Ozone, data\$Solar.R, data\$Temp)
mean(data\$Solar.R[good & data\$Ozone > 31 & data\$Temp > 90])
``````
``````## What is the mean of "Temp" when "Month" is equal to 6?

good <- complete.cases(data\$Month, data\$Temp)
mean(data\$Temp[good & data\$Month == 6])
``````

#### Week #2

Pollutant Mean

``````## pollutantmean.R

pollutantmean <- function(directory, pollutant, id=1:332) {

filelist <- list.files(directory, full.names = TRUE)

df <- data.frame()

for(i in id) {

}

mean(df[,pollutant], na.rm = TRUE)
}
``````

Complete Observations

``````## complete.R

complete <- function(directory, id=1:332) {

filelist <- list.files(directory, full.names = TRUE)

df <- data.frame()

for(i in id) {

cd <- subset(fileData, !is.na(fileData\$sulfate) & !is.na(fileData\$nitrate))

df <- rbind(df, cbind(i,nrow(cd)))

}

names(df) <- c("id", "nobs")

return(df)

}
``````

Correlation

``````## corr.R

corr <- function(directory, threshold = 0) {

## 'directory' is a character vector of length 1 indicating
## the location of the CSV files

## 'threshold' is a numeric vector of length 1 indicating the
## number of completely observed observations (on all
## variables) required to compute the correlation between
## nitrate and sulfate; the default is 0

## Return a numeric vector of correlations
## NOTE: Do not round the result!

## TEST 1
# source("corr.R")
# source("complete.R")
# cr <- corr("specdata", 150)
## [1] -0.01896 -0.14051 -0.04390 -0.06816 -0.12351 -0.07589

## TEST 2
# summary(cr)
##    Min. 1st Qu.  Median    Mean 3rd Qu.    Max.
## -0.2110 -0.0500  0.0946  0.1250  0.2680  0.7630

## TEST 3
# cr <- corr("specdata", 400)
## [1] -0.01896 -0.04390 -0.06816 -0.07589  0.76313 -0.15783

## TEST 4
# summary(cr)
##    Min. 1st Qu.  Median    Mean 3rd Qu.    Max.
## -0.1760 -0.0311  0.1000  0.1400  0.2680  0.7630

## TEST 5
# cr <- corr("specdata", 5000)
# summary(cr)
##    Min. 1st Qu.  Median    Mean 3rd Qu.    Max.
##

## TEST 6
# length(cr)
## [1] 0

## TEST 7
# cr <- corr("specdata")
# summary(cr)
##    Min. 1st Qu.  Median    Mean 3rd Qu.    Max.
## -1.0000 -0.0528  0.1070  0.1370  0.2780  1.0000

## TEST 8
# length(cr)
## [1] 323

######################################################

file.list <- list.files(directory, full.names = TRUE)

nv <- c()

for(i in 1:332) {

complete.data <- subset(data, !is.na(data\$sulfate) & !is.na(data\$nitrate))
#complete.data <- data[complete.cases(data),]

#write.csv(complete.data, "complete.data.csv", append = TRUE)

nrow.complete.data <- nrow(complete.data)

if(nrow.complete.data > threshold) {
nv <- c(nv, cor(complete.data\$sulfate, complete.data\$nitrate))
}

}

return(nv)

}
``````