It's been a while since I've used R and I'm struggling. I'm trying to run an ANOVA in Rstudio. I have 3 species (coyote, red fox, gray fox) and distances from 4 cover types (structure, yard, field, forest). I would like to test for sig diff between species and each cover type as well as test for sig diff for each cover type within each species.
I imported the data set as excel and also added as csv the 'old' way (canids <- read.csv('C:/Users/aprockhill/Documents/Data/CC_Canids_2019.csv'))
Just can't get it to recognize my headings.
any help would be much appreciated.
Hi, and welcome!
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read.csv recognizes the first line as the header by default. I suggest opening the csv file and confirming that there are no blank lines. Alternatively, if the data is otherwise ok, you can add the headers with
colnames(YOUR_DF) <- c("fee","fi","foo","fum")
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