What is a List? | Lists
R Introduction: Part II

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R Introduction: Part II

1. Matrices
2. Data Frames
3. Lists

# What is a List?

You met with lists in the previous section. In simple wording, a list is a data type similar to a vector allowing for storing values of different types.

To create list in R, use the `list()` function, passing all the values you want to store as the parameters. For example, we can store a single text string, number, and logical value in one 'container'.

As you can see, the list output is much larger than the vector one.

Create a list named `info` with the information on the current chapter and course: `'R Introduction'`, `6` (section), `1` (chapter in the section), `41` (chapter overall). Output the value of this list, then.

Create a list named `info` with the information on the current chapter and course: `'R Introduction'`, `6` (section), `1` (chapter in the section), `41` (chapter overall). Output the value of this list, then.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 1

# What is a List?

You met with lists in the previous section. In simple wording, a list is a data type similar to a vector allowing for storing values of different types.

To create list in R, use the `list()` function, passing all the values you want to store as the parameters. For example, we can store a single text string, number, and logical value in one 'container'.

As you can see, the list output is much larger than the vector one.

Create a list named `info` with the information on the current chapter and course: `'R Introduction'`, `6` (section), `1` (chapter in the section), `41` (chapter overall). Output the value of this list, then.

Create a list named `info` with the information on the current chapter and course: `'R Introduction'`, `6` (section), `1` (chapter in the section), `41` (chapter overall). Output the value of this list, then.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 1

# What is a List?

You met with lists in the previous section. In simple wording, a list is a data type similar to a vector allowing for storing values of different types.

To create list in R, use the `list()` function, passing all the values you want to store as the parameters. For example, we can store a single text string, number, and logical value in one 'container'.

As you can see, the list output is much larger than the vector one.

Create a list named `info` with the information on the current chapter and course: `'R Introduction'`, `6` (section), `1` (chapter in the section), `41` (chapter overall). Output the value of this list, then.

Create a list named `info` with the information on the current chapter and course: `'R Introduction'`, `6` (section), `1` (chapter in the section), `41` (chapter overall). Output the value of this list, then.

Everything was clear?

You met with lists in the previous section. In simple wording, a list is a data type similar to a vector allowing for storing values of different types.

To create list in R, use the `list()` function, passing all the values you want to store as the parameters. For example, we can store a single text string, number, and logical value in one 'container'.

As you can see, the list output is much larger than the vector one.

Create a list named `info` with the information on the current chapter and course: `'R Introduction'`, `6` (section), `1` (chapter in the section), `41` (chapter overall). Output the value of this list, then.