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How is a dataframe different from a matrix? (2 ways)

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But each column can be of a different type, and, in particular, columns can be factors.

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How is a dataframe different from a matrix? (2 ways)

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How is a dataframe different from a matrix? (2 ways)

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But each column can be of a different type, and, in particular, columns can be factors.

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A data frame is much like a matrix, insofar as it has several columns of equal length. But each column can be of a different type, and, in particular, columns can be factors. A data frameisreallyatypeof list in which each component is thought of as a named column of a matrix, with different columns possibly of different types. The elements of a data frame ca

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A data frame is much like a matrix, insofar as it has several columns of equal length. But each column can be of a different type, and, in particular, columns can be factors. A data frameisreallyatypeof list in which each component is thought of as a named column of a matrix, with different columns possibly of different types. The elements of a data frame ca

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