 # R Program to create a factor corresponding to height of women data set

## How to create a factor corresponding to the height of women data set

Here we are explaining how to write an R program to create a factor corresponding to the height of women data set. Here we are using built-in function cut() for this creation. The function cut() divides the range of x into intervals. It codes the values in x according to which intervals. The syntax of these functions are

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cut(x, …) #Where x is an R object,like matrix, array or data frame
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## How to create a factor corresponding to the height of women data set in the R Program

Below are the steps used in the R program to create a factor corresponding to the height of the women data set, we directly give the values to built-in functions. And print the function result. Here we use the variable D for assigning women data variablefor assigning calculated factor value using cut() method. Print the resulting factor.

## ALGORITHM

STEP 1: Assign variable with given data

STEP 2: First print original data

STEP 3:Call the built-in function cut as cut(women\$height,3)

STEP 4: Assign variable H with the function result

STEP 5: Print the result factor

## R Source Code

```                                          ```D= women
print("Women data set of height and weights:")
print(D)
H = cut(women\$height,3)
print("Factor corresponding to height:")
print(table(H))```
```

## OUTPUT

``` "Women data set of height and weights:"
height weight
1      58    115
2      59    117
3      60    120
4      61    123
5      62    126
6      63    129
7      64    132
8      65    135
9      66    139
10     67    142
11     68    146
12     69    150
13     70    154
14     71    159
15     72    164
 "Factor corresponding to height:"
height_f
(58,62.7] (62.7,67.3]   (67.3,72]
5           5           5        ```
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