**Count unique values from a column in matrix or data-frame**

# Find number of unique first names

length(levels(data$fname))

**Count specific values in vector or column**

# Find number of occurrences for "ac" in vector nlist

table(nlist)["value"]

**Transpose matrix A into At**

At <- t(A)

**Select unique rows based on a column of matrix**

# Select records with unique employee id

Udata <- data[!duplicated(data$EmpID),]

**Get column number in R given column name**

which( colnames(data)=="fname" )

**Remove all NAs from data frame**

Data <- data[complete.cases(data),]

# Or

Data <- na.omit(data)

**For every X how many Y are there?**

split(y, round(x)) # If x is real we should use round with desired precision

# We can also do a box plot to get range of each split.

boxplot(split(y, round(x)))

**Random sampling from vector x?**

# Selected 20 elements from x

sample(x,20)

**How to stratify the data?**

# Stratify data into three stratas

quantile(data$column, c(0.333333, 0.6666666), na.rm=T)

# This will give us split points we should be used actually split the data

**How to get index with maximum value?**

# Find the index in temperature vector with maximum value

which.max(data$temp)

**How to filter data based on specific value?**

# Find where state is AZ?

match(“AZ",data$state)

which(data$state == “AZ”)

**Replace text with number**

data$color <- factor(data$color, labels = c(1, 3, 5))

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