Grants,Just to confirm, 6 columns from one of the data files are being imported to the data frame. Is the pattern by which the raw data is imported to the data frame such that each row is assigned a variable name? How is class variable for the variable identified when importing the data? Thanks,
uve:Mike, you can use Facets to collapse categories. You can use collapse=Facet_1 to collapse from the first facet. Or, you can collapse them in the final table. Suppose the last column has been labeled fac=categ, you can use collapse=funs(table(fac=categ)) to collapse all of them at the same time. Alternatively, you can replace all code with one single command, as shown below. At any rate, you can collapse categories by using the appropriate argument on the table command. You simply need to understand that Facets is Groovy's way of grouping code in a way that easily lends itself to running in the background. Examples are widgets, calls, and loops. One of the benefits of Groovy is the completeness of its syntax. For example, you can do this: funs(table(table(table( c(73, -76, -74), 94, 88, 32, 81, 56,80, 90) ))).. to collapse all categories (not rows!) of factors. You will get the results you expect and no warnings/errors. Other ways Groovy groups code are as follows: Column nameTable(rownames (... ),...,...,...,...,...,...). Hidden(variables within functions)! Thus, in this case, rob is the second column of the dataframe, and the fifth row of the dataframe is important for the expression binding the funs.
126.96.36.1995 12/11/2009 Due to a problem with the interface to the IMS, very old URLs were not displayed properly. This caused failure to add users for 'Existing' users. The IMS also used HFS BLOBs and some were not supported by the software. Fixed. It is now always displayed as 'Not used with IMS'. Also now for 'Existing' users.
188.8.131.524 01/13/2009 Fix for numerous Um's (user -1). Updated software on server automating updates. Mark all as new.markall as new. Check Not superseded for existing items. Mark not used with IMS (now always 0). Do not change existing values (now if they exist) Chris d2c66b5586