R List is kind of a generic vector, where it can store elements of different types.
The following code snippet is a simple example of a List in R.
x <- list(TRUE, 25, "Hello World")
Display of vector x in R Studio
R List Tutorials
R List Basics
The following tutorials on R Lists cover the basic CRUD operations of a List in R programming. The topics are creating lists, modifying lists, accessing them, etc.
- R – Create Empty List
- R – Create Empty List of Specific Length
- R – Create List
- R – Name Elements of List
- R – Access Elements of List
- R – List Length
- R – Append Item to List
- R – Loop through Items in List
The following R List tutorials cover scenarios where the contents of list are transformed.
These R List tutorials cover basic checks on the properties of Lists, elements of Lists, etc.
One or More Lists
These R List tutorials cover scenarios where one or more lists are involved.
These R List tutorials cover scenarios where a list is converted to other types, or other types are converted to a list.
In this R Tutorial, we learned about Lists in R programming, and covered different topics on R Lists.