R programming Quiz – 003

This quiz will test your general knowledge on R programming. You can retake this quiz as many times as you want.  Let’s begin … …


R Programming Quiz - 003

This quiz is to test your knowledge on R programming

1 / 10

debug() flags a function for ______ mode in R.

2 / 10

Which one of the given commands will split the plotting window into 4 X 3 windows and where the plots enter the window column-wise.

3 / 10

______ suspends the execution of a function wherever it is called and puts the function in debug mode.

4 / 10

R comes with a ________ to help you optimize your code and improve its performance.

5 / 10

Data frames can be converted to a matrix by calling data._______

6 / 10

Which of the following is a base package for R language?

7 / 10

lapply function takes___ arguments in R language.

8 / 10

The _____ function takes a vector or other objects and splits it into groups determined by a factor or list of factors.

9 / 10

____ is used to apply a function over subsets of a vector.

10 / 10

A matrix is ___ dimensional rectangular data set?

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