R Shiny Error: evaluation nested too deeply: infinite recursion / options(expressions=)?

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Can someone help me with this error?

I was trying to mutate a new column into a dataframe using a dummy variable creation( ifelse() ) in shiny to a tableoutput()

Warning: Error in : evaluation nested too deeply: infinite recursion / options(expressions=)?

Aug 20 in Data Analytics by kalpana
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Hi Kalpana, This error is due to the wrong assignment of = operator.

You have missed or wrongly given assignment operator in your ifelse() condition while using mutate function.

Check again if you have assigned == to check and = to assign value to the new field.
answered Aug 20 by anonymous
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