I am trying to order the columns within a two-way table I have created based upon row values. I have saved the two-way table as a table, thus putting it into a dataframe (I am using R). The below code should create a two-way table based on the built-in Iris data.
In the example I have given, see the attached picture, if you ordered the columns based upon the first row the column order should be setosa, virginica, Versicolor. The second row would order the columns virginica, Versicolor, Setosa. The third row would order the columns as Versicolor, virginica, setosa. so far the only solution I have is
,but this can only do the last row, is it possible to order the columns by the second or first row?
Replicable code to get two-way table:
Data $ var2 <- iris $ Species Data $ var2 <- sample(Data $ var2) Df <-table(Data $ var2, iris $ Species) rownames(Df) <- c("Row one","Row two", "Row three") Df