Raised Power of the column in R

Raised power of the column in R is calculated using ‘^’ operator. Let’s see how to calculate power of a column in R with example

First let’s create the dataframe

df1 = data.frame( Name = c('George','Andrea', 'Micheal','Maggie','Ravi','Xien','Jalpa'), 
                  Grade_score=c(4,6,2,9,5,7,8),
                  Mathematics1_score=c(45,78,44,89,66,49,72),
                  Science_score=c(56,52,45,88,33,90,47))

df1 will be

Raised power of the column in R 1

 

Raised power of 2 to the column in R

Power of the column Grade_score is calculated using ^() function as shown below. We used power of 2 in this example

## Raised Power of 2

df1$power_2_Grade ='^'(df1$Grade_score,2)
df1

So the resultant dataframe will be

Raised power of the column in R 2

 

Raised power of 3 to the column in R

Power of the column Grade_score is calculated using ^() function as shown below. We used power of 3 in this example

## Raised Power of 3

df1$power_3_Grade ='^'(df1$Grade_score,3)
df1

So the resultant dataframe will be

Raised power of the column in R 3

 

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