Corpus Linguistics with R, Day 1

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(This post documents the first day of a class on R that I took at ESU C&T. I is posted here purely for my own use.)

R Lesson 1
> 2+3; 2/3; 2^3

[1] 5

[1] 0.6666667

[1] 8
---
Fundamentals - Functions
> log(x=1000, base=10)

[1] 3
---
(Formals describes the syntax of other functions)
formals(sample)
---
Variables
( a a

[1] 5
# is for comments
whitespace doesn't matter
---

# Pick files

file.choose()
# Get working dir

getwd()
# Set working dir

setwd("..")
# Save

> save(VARIABLE_NAME, file=file.choose())

Fehler in save(test, file = file.choose()) : Objekt ‘test’ nicht gefunden

> save.image("FILE_NAME")
---
> setwd("/home/cornelius/Code/samples/Brown_95perc")

> getwd()

[1] "/home/cornelius/Code/samples/Brown_95perc"

> dir()
> my_array my_array

[1] 1 2 3 4

> my_array my_array2 c(my_array, my_array2)

[1] "lalala" "lululu" "bla" "1" "2" "3" "4"

>
# it is possible to add something to ALL values in a vector, i.e.

my_array2 + 10
# c (conc) makes a list

stuff1 my_corpus

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