How to create an empty data frame with fixed number of rows and without columns in R?

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To create an empty data frame with fixed number of rows but no columns, we can use data.frame function along with the matrix function. That means we need to create a matrix without any column using matrix and save it in a data frame using data.frame function as shown in the below examples.

Example1

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> df1<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=10,ncol=0))
> df1

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 10 rows

Example2

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> df2<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=100,ncol=0))
> df2

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 100 rows

Example3

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> df3<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=39,ncol=0))
> df3

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 39 rows

Example4

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> df4<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=20,ncol=0))
> df4

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 20 rows

Example5

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> df5<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=200,ncol=0))
> df5

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 200 rows

Example6

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> df6<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=150,ncol=0))
> df6

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 150 rows

Example7

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> df7<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=1000,ncol=0))
> df7

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 1000 rows

Example8

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> df8<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=500,ncol=0))
> df8

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 500 rows

Example9

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> df9<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=50000,ncol=0))
> df9

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 50000 rows

Example10

> df10<-data.frame(matrix(,nrow=10000000,ncol=0))
> df10

Output

data frame with 0 columns and 10000000 rows
raja
Updated on 05-Jan-2021 06:00:17

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