# The apply function in R

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So as discussed in this post I will be investigating the different members of the ‘apply function family’ in R. This post starts with the most basic one, called apply(). The R manual states the following apply(X, MARGIN, FUN, …) With the following arguments X an array, including a matrix. MARGIN a vector giving the subscripts which […]
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