I have been learning R for quite some time now but i still need guidance in it. I have these two tables that i want to draw a stacked bar chart for but excel isnt helping me that much and it looks awful in it, so any help or guidance would be appreciated
I have seen this but im still puzzled on how to combine the common elements between the two tables, or will the code combine it by itself?
thanks for your help
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You've given no context how your tables relate; or how the difference between them should be understood.
I would guess there should be a column in each, with a label ; so that if the two sets were vertically stacked their origin table would be known (as that is relevant to your analysis some how ?)
bind_rows has an
.id param thats useful for that.
library(dplyr) (one <- starwars[1:4, ]) (two <- starwars[9:12, ]) bind_rows(list(one, two), .id = "id")
I use the similar rows and columns but with different numbers thats what i mean
thats how it looks like but i want a decent understandable one
yeah, so bind_rows like I said.
probably not putting numbers all over it would be one easy change to make; but opinions vary.
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