Data Handling Using R MCQs Solution | TCS Fresco Play

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Data Handling Using R MCQ Solution | TCS Fresco Play 

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1. Which function can be used when a vector needs to be split into groups defined by a classifying         factor, compute a function on the subsets, and return the results?

---> tapply


2. Which function is very similar to lapply?

---> sapply


3. Applying lapply function on a matrix returns

---> list


4. A hospital data contains patient's age and treatment they are undergoing. Which function can be used to find average of patients undergoing each of the treatments?

---> tapply


5. Which function is used over the margins of an array

---> apply


6. What will the following lines of code return x <- matrix(1:18, 6, 3)

apply(x, 2, sum)

---> vector of 3 elements


7. For a given matrix mat, how do you increment every element of the matrix by 3 and return a vector. (I) sapply(mat, function(x,y) sum(x)+y,y=3) (II) sapply(mat, function(x) sum(x)+3)

---> I & II


8. The function read.csv() imports data into

---> data frame


9. Which package is used to import data from a SQL server to R?

---> RODBC


10. The function write.csv() exports data into a file. However, this function by default adds rownames to the file. Which argument can be used to turn off addition of rownames?

---> rownames=F


11. nrows and skip arguments in the read.table() command can be used to get

---> All the options


12. Which command can be used to import text files in R

---> read.table()


13. tbl is an extension of:

---> data frame


14. dplyr is useful for:

---> All options


15. Which of the following functions can be used to find the number or rows and columns in a dataset?

---> dim


16. Which of the following functions does not list the total number of observations in a dataset?

---> head


17. Which of the following functions lists all columns in a dataset with few values from each column?

---> glimpse


18. In the hflights dataset, how many flights were cancelled in the month of January 2011

---> 209


19. What is the average mileage of a car in the mtcars dataset

---> 20....


20. In the iris dataset, how many flowers of species setosa havePetal.Length/Petal.Width ratio of less than 10.

---> 45


21. In the iris dataset, how many flowers havePetal.Length/Petal.Width ratio of less than 10

---> 145


22. In the mtcars dataset, how many cars provide a mileage of less than 20 mpg?

---> 18


23. dplyr never prints row names since no dplyr method is guaranteed to preserve them.

---> true


24. If x and y are two tbls, which of the following joins return all rows from x and y irrespective of matching values?

---> full join


25. If x and y are two tbls, which of the following joins return all rows from x where there are matching values in y, and all columns from x and y

---> inner join


26. If x and y are two tbls, which of the following joins return all rows from x where there are not matching values in y, keeping just columns from x?

---> anti-join


27. Join functions return results of data type

---> data frame


28. If x and y are two tbls, which of the following joins return all rows from y, and all columns from x and y?

---> right join


29. If x and y are two tbls, which of the following joins return all rows from x where there are matching values in y, keeping just columns from x?

---> semi join


30. Data table is mainly used for aggregation

---> False

31. Which of the following is multivariate version of lapply?

---> lapply




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