[R] Substituting the values on the y-axis

Bert Gunter gunter.berton at gene.com
Mon Jun 10 17:48:41 CEST 2013

Sounds like you have made no effort to learn R, e.g. by reading the
Intro to R tutorial packaged with R or other online tutorial (there
are many).

Don't you think you need to do some homework first?

-- Bert

On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 7:26 AM,  <diddle1990 at fastwebnet.it> wrote:
> Hello,
> I plotted a graph on R showing how salinity (in ‰, y-axis) changes with time(in
> years, x-axis). However, right from the beginning on the Excel spreadsheet the v
> alues for salinity appeared as, for example, 35000‰ instead of 35‰, which I gues
> sed must have been a typing error for the website from which I extracted the dat
> a (NOAA).Thus, I now would like to substitute these values with the correspondin
> g smaller value, as it follows:
> 25000 35000-> 25, 35   and so on.
> Is there any way I can change this on R or do I have to modify these numbers bef
> ore inputting the data on R (for example on Excel)? If so, can anybody tell me h
> ow to do either of these?
> Many thanks!
> Emanuela
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Bert Gunter
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