rbind Function in R (Example)

This page explains how to bind the rows of two data frames with the rbind() function in the R programming language.

Example Data Frames

First data frame:

my_data <- data.frame(x1 = 1:5,             # Create first data frame
                      x2 = letters[1:5])
# x1 x2
#  1  a
#  2  b
#  3  c
#  4  d
#  5  e

Second data frame:

new_data <- data.frame(x1 = 999,            # Create second data frame
                       x2 = "new")
#  x1  x2
# 999 new

Apply rbind Function to Data Frames

combined_data <- rbind(my_data, new_data)   # Bind both data frames
#  x1  x2
#   1   a
#   2   b
#   3   c
#   4   d
#   5   e
# 999 new

Video Example

The following video shows another example on how to apply the rbind function in R. Furthermore, the video shows how to apply the rbind.fill function of the dplyr package.


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