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## How to Solve R Error in unique.default(x, nmax = nmax): unique() applies only to vectors

This error occurs when we try to use the ave() function without specifying the FUN argument. We can solve this error by specifying the FUN argument explicitly. For example, average <- ave(data\$x, data\$group, FUN=mean) This tutorial will go through the error in...

## How to Solve R Error in strsplit : non-character argument

This error occurs when you try to split a non-character vector using the strsplit() function. The strsplit() function only takes character vectors as input. You can solve this error by non-character value to the character class using the as.character() function, then...

## How to Solve R Error: Multiplication requires numeric/complex matrix/vector arguments

This error occurs when you try to perform matrix multiplication with a data frame instead of a matrix. The %*% operator cannot handle data frames. You can solve the error by converting the data frame to a matrix using the as.matrix() function. For example, data <-...

## How to Solve R Error: Incorrect number of subscripts on matrix

This error occurs when you try to assign a value to a position in a vector but have a comma next to the position. R interprets the comma as trying to assign a value to a row or column position in a matrix. You can solve this error by removing the comma. For example, x...

## How to Solve R Error in colSums – ‘x’ must be an array of at least two dimensions

This error occurs when you try to pass a 1-dimensional vector to the colSums function, which expects a 2-dimensional input. If we want to subset a data frame column, we can use the drop argument to preserve the data frame object. For example, df <- data.frame(x1 =...

## How to solve R Error in xj[i] : invalid subscript type ‘list’

This error occurs when you try to use a list to subset a data frame. You can solve this error by using the c function to subset the data frame based on a vector. For example, df_subset <- df[c(“x”, “z”)] df_subset This tutorial will go...