I want to know how to sum total number of males and females. Thank you in advance!
Hi, first of all, please provide reproducible examples, not screenshots.
Secondly, it would be good if you shared your code. What have you tried?
Thirdly, have a look at
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I agree with @williaml that you should have a look at how to build a reprex to better share your data. But given this is your first time posting here, and the problem is relatively easy, I was able to quickly create some fake data and show a way to solve it
library(dplyr) set.seed(1) myData = data.frame( Gender = sample(c("Male", "Female"), 5, replace = T), Number = sample(1:20, 5) ) myData #> Gender Number #> 1 Male 11 #> 2 Female 14 #> 3 Male 18 #> 4 Male 1 #> 5 Female 5 myData %>% group_by(Gender) %>% summarise(total = sum(Number), .groups = "drop") #> # A tibble: 2 x 2 #> Gender total #> <chr> <int> #> 1 Female 19 #> 2 Male 30
Created on 2021-11-22 by the reprex package (v2.0.1)
Hope this helps,
Thank you a lot! This helped a lot and I also found another way of solving this problem:
sum(Datt[Datt$Gender == "Male", "Number"])
sum(Datt[Datt$Gender == "Female", "Number"])
Yes the solution that you supplied in the last comment is how you can do this in base R, so not using the Tidyverse.
If you like to learn more about the Tidyverse (dplyr package in this case):
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