Most common errors faced when programming with R

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I just wanted to know the most common errors encountered while working with R. I think it'll be very useful and will help me and others as well.
Oct 31, 2018 in Data Analytics by Hannah
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These the two most common errors I keep facing:

  1. "could not find function" errors, usually caused by typos or not loading a required package
  2. "Error in if" errors, caused by non-logical data or missing values passed to R's "if" conditional statement
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