How to change the name of a data frame in R?

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To change the name of a data frame, we can set the original name to the new name. Now both of the names can be used. Most of the times the purpose behind changing the name of the data frame is that, the original name does not seem to be a valid name based on the characteristics of the data. For example, if we have normally distributed columns in the data frame then we can name it as normal_distribution. This will help everyone to understand the data belongs to normal distribution.

Example1

 Live Demo

set.seed(24)
x<−rnorm(20,1,0.25)
df1<−data.frame(x)
df1

Output

      x
1 0.8635298
2 1.1341463
3 1.1049058
4 0.8540932
5 1.2118650
6 1.0665055
7 1.1111463
8 0.8833762
9 0.7879075
10 1.0005780
11 0.6707730
12 1.1495673
13 0.8094464
14 0.6427274
15 1.0830611
16 0.8827348
17 0.9162533
18 1.3840630
19 1.1524986
20 1.1290839

Changing the name of df1 to Normal_Distribution −

Example

Normal_Distribution<−df1
Normal_Distribution

Output

     x
1 0.8635298
2 1.1341463
3 1.1049058
4 0.8540932
5 1.2118650
6 1.0665055
7 1.1111463
8 0.8833762
9 0.7879075
10 1.0005780
11 0.6707730
12 1.1495673
13 0.8094464
14 0.6427274
15 1.0830611
16 0.8827348
17 0.9162533
18 1.3840630
19 1.1524986
20 1.1290839

Example2

 Live Demo

y<−sample(0:5,20,replace=TRUE)
df2<−data.frame(y)
df2

Output

  y
1 4
2 2
3 2
4 3
5 3
6 1
7 1
8 2
9 0
10 4
11 4
12 3
13 5
14 1
15 0
16 0
17 4
18 2
19 2
20 5

Changing the name of df2 to Random_Sample −

Example

Random_Sample<−df2
Random_Sample

Output

  y
1 4
2 2
3 2
4 3
5 3
6 1
7 1
8 2
9 0
10 4
11 4
12 3
13 5
14 1
15 0
16 0
17 4
18 2
19 2
20 5
raja
Published on 05-Feb-2021 10:56:33
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