Num2Fac

Sometimes it is necessary to declare variables as factors. For example, if they are items on a scale that need to be treated as ordinal and polychoric correlations will be estimated. This function takes as argument a data frame of such variables/items and declares them as “factors” (categorical variables with levels).

Num2Fac<- function(data) {
	data.f <- data
		for(i in 1:dim(data)[2]) {
		data.f[,i] <- as.factor(data[,i])
	}
	return(data.f)
}

Created by Pretty R at inside-R.org

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