## R – Create Vector

To create a vector in R programming, there are three ways: c() function, seq() function and `:` operator.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a vector using the the above mentioned ways.

### Create Vector using c() Function

`c()` function combines values together. We can use this `c()` function to combine the given values and create a vector.

In the following R program, we will use `c()` function to create a vector of double values.

example.R

```x <- c(1, 4, 9, 16, 25)
cat(x)```

Output

`1 4 9 16 25`

### Create Vector using seq() Function

`seq()` function creates a sequence of values. We can use this `seq()` function to create a vector with sequence values.

In the following R program, we will use `seq()` function to create a vector of double values.

example.R

```x <- seq(0, 20, length.out=5)
cat(x)```

Output

`0 5 10 15 20`

### Create Vector using `:` Operator

`:` creates continuous values. We can use this `:` operator to create a vector with continuous values.

In the following R program, we will use `:` operator to create a vector.

example.R

```x <- 1:5
cat(x)```

Output

`1 2 3 4 5`

### Conclusion

In this R Tutorial, we learned how to create a vector in R language, using different functions like `c()`, `seq()`; and operators like `:`, with the help of examples.