R programming: Classifying wine dataset

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The wine Data contains a feature called quality with numerical values in the range of 1 to 8. To categorize them, I tried the below code:

wineData$taste <- NA
wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality< 6)] <- bad
wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality>6)] <- excellent
wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality=6)] <- normal
wineData$taste <- factor(wineData$taste)
wineData`

With this code only the quality>6 is categorized as excellent and all others as NA. Why is it not able to categorize the others?

This is the error I'm getting:

wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality>6)] <- excellent Error: object 'excellent' not found wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality==6)] <- normal Error: object 'normal' not found
Feb 27 in Data Analytics by Tyrion anex
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Run the below code, it should work:

wineData$taste <- NA
    wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality< 6)] <- "bad"
    wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality>6)] <- "excellent"
    wineData$taste[which(wineData$quality==6)] <- "normal"
    wineData$taste <- factor(wineData$taste)
    wineData
answered Feb 27 by Sophie may
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