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Comment: C: Selecting Specific Rows with Date and Time values in Rstudio
... Now it just returns NA values! ...
written 8 weeks ago by paramount.amin0
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Selecting Specific Rows with Date and Time values in Rstudio
... In order to investigate the seasonality effect in my data set, I want to select rows with a specific date and time values. I have multiple rows with the same date and time value ( i have combined multiple CSV files, each starting from the first day of January to the last day of December). I am using ...
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(Closed) Adding the csv file names as a separate column to the csv file
... Hello I have multiple CSV files (14000) in a folder and all of them have the same column heads (temperature, humidity, ..) and rows of my CSV files are five minutes time steps for all the year. I need to combine all the CSV files, using bind_rows to have one single CSV file. How can I add the file ...
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Comment: C: Reading Multiple CSV files and perform a logistic regression for all those files
... In this question, I tried to investigate the impact of different parameters on the fan using logistic regression for each file separately. How can I first bind all of my 13748 CSV files into one file in R and perform logistic regression on this file considering that my laptop memory is 8 GB? (I ne ...
written 11 weeks ago by paramount.amin0
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Comment: C: Reading Multiple CSV files and perform a logistic regression for all those files
... P values are the most important value that I am looking for. However, I need the coefficients of regression. Is there any way to extract coefficients and P-values? ...
written 11 weeks ago by paramount.amin0
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Comment: C: Reading Multiple CSV files and perform a logistic regression for all those files
... I am working with 13748 CSV files and the total size is 70 GB. My laptop RAM is 8 GB and the current folder that I am working have 112 GB free space ...
written 11 weeks ago by paramount.amin0
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Comment: C: Reading Multiple CSV files and perform a logistic regression for all those files
... When I ran this code for two CSV files it worked but when I try to apply this code to my entire CSV files, after elapsing some times, the analysis stops with an error that says: **Error: cannot allocate vector of size 788 Kb** how can I fix it? ...
written 11 weeks ago by paramount.amin0
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Comment: C: Reading Multiple CSV files and perform a logistic regression for all those files
... Thank you! In general, if I want to *replace* a specific value in a column for all of my CSV files, what r code should I use? ( for example, one of my columns is Event and this column contains character values like HOLD, smart away, .. and also some empty values. How can I replace the HOLD values ...
written 11 weeks ago by paramount.amin0
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Comment: C: Reading Multiple CSV files and perform a logistic regression for all those files
... Worked perfectly! I have another question. One of my data columns is called "fan" and it contains values that show the fan speed. I want to make this column to a binary column (whether the fan is on or off). How can I change the values greater than 0 to 1 and leave the zeros unchanged in all of my ...
written 11 weeks ago by paramount.amin0
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Reading Multiple CSV files and perform a logistic regression for all those files separately
... I am trying to perform a logistic regression analysis on multiple CSV files. All the files have the same column's name ( `DateTime, HvacMode, Event, Schedule,...`). How can I load all the CSV files in the folder and perform logistic regression using one Rstudio code for all the CSV files and I will ...
R written 11 weeks ago by paramount.amin0 • updated 11 weeks ago by zx87549.7k

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