Basic analysis in R coding

Posted: February 3rd, 2022

ALY6000: Executive Summary Report 3
Dataset Instructions
Complete the following instructions to create the dataset and output required for the
Executive Summary Report in Module 3. Use the R in Action textbook and web searches
when needed to write the appropriate R script. The output you create by following these
steps must be incorporated into the Appendix of your report. Be sure to save your R script
file with the following naming convention:
Append your completed R-Script to the Executive Summary
To complete this assignment you must create an R script file that includes the code
required to complete the following steps:
1. Print your name at the top of the script and load these libraries: FSA, FSAdata, magrittr,
dplyr, tidyr plyr and tidyverse
2. Import the inchBio.csv and name the table
3. Display the head, tail and structure of
4. Create an object, , that counts and lists all the species records
5. Display just the 8 levels (names) of the species
6. Create a object that displays the different species and the number of record of
each species in the dataset. Include this information in your report.-
7. Create a subset, , of just the species variable and display the first five records
8. Create a table, , of the species variable. Display the class of w
9. Convert to a data frame named and display the results
10. Extract and display the frequency values from the data frame
11. Create a table named from the bio species attribute (variable) and confirm that
you created a table which displays the number of species in the dataset
12. Create a table named that displays the species and percentage of records for
each species. Confirm you created a table class.
13. Convert the table, , to a data frame named and confirm that is a data
14. Create a barplot of with the following: titled Fish Count with the following
• Title: Fish Count
• Y axis is labeled “COUNTS”
• Color the bars Light Green
• Rotate Y axis to be horizontal
• Set the X axis font magnification to 60% of nominal
15. Create a barplot of , with the following specifications:
• Y axis limits of 0 to 4
• Y axis label color of Light Blue
• Title of “Fish Relative Frequency”
16. Rearrange the cSpec Pct data frame in descending of relative frequency. Save
the rearranged data frame as the object
17. Rename the columns Var 1 to Species, and Freq to RelFreq
18. Add new variables to and call them cumfreq, counts, and cumcounts
19. Create a parameter variable to store parameter variables
20. Create a barplot, , with the following specifications:
• d$counts of width 1, spacing of .15
• no boarder
• Axes: F
• Yaxis limit 0,3.05*max
• d$counts na.rm is true
• y label is Cummulative Counts
• scale x axis to 70%
• names.arg: d$Species
• Title of the barplot is “Species Pareto”
• las: 2)
21. Add a cumulative counts line to the plot with the following:
• Spec line type is b
• Scale plotting text at 70%
• Data values are solid circles with color cyan4
22. Place a grey box around the pareto plot (hint:
23. Add a left side axis with the following specifications
• Horizontal values at tick marks at cumcounts on side 2
• Tickmark color of grey62
• Color of axis is grey62
• Axis scaled to 80% of normal
24. Add axis details on right side of box with the specifications:
• Spec: Side 4
• Tickmarks at cumcounts with labels from 0 to cumfreq with %,
• Axis color of cyan5 and label color of cyan4
• Axis font scaled to 80% of nominal
25. Display the finished Species Pareto Plot (without the star watermarks). Have your last
name on the plot

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