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Character, numeric, integer, complex, and logical are R's basic data types. The vector, list, matrix, data frame, and factors are all basic data structures in R.

Nominal, ordinal, discrete, and continuous data are the four types of data.

Logical, integer, real, complex, string (or character), and raw are the six basic ('atomic') vector types in R. The following table lists the modes and storage modes for the various vector types.

Data types in R are the fundamental building blocks of a data science project. By understanding the different data types, you can create new insights and build better models.
Data Types:

  • Data types are the fundamental building blocks of a data science project. They define how your data is stored and structured, and they also dictate how you can use that data for predictive modeling or exploratory analysis. In this article, we’ll explore all the different R data types and discuss how to use them effectively for your project.

Data Type: Vector Data

  • Vector Data is one of the most widely used data types in R because it allows users to store multiple values at once without having to store each value separately as an array or list.

A data type is a classification of data that informs the compiler or interpreter how the programmer intends to use the information. Integer, real, character or string, and Boolean data are all supported by most computer languages.

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