Join Mark Niemann-Ross for an in-depth discussion in this video A cross-correlation with a lag of 2, part of Code Clinic: R.
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- Now there's another plot that we can generate,…and this is a little bit more complex.…It actually shows how lag works.…This plot is gonna show us a lag of two…between dataX and dataY.…Let's step through it real quick.…The first thing that line 23 will do…is create a new variable called dataYLag2.…It's creating a combination of dataY,…which is 3:10 with dataY 1,2.…Let's take a look at that…and see what I actually get.…So if I select that line and then hit Run,…you'll see that we now have dataYLag2.…
The contents of dataYLag2,…which you can look at either in the Environment…tab to the right or we can look at it…in the Console simply by typing in data.…Let me go down to the Console down here.…There we are.…Type in dataYLag2,…and I hit Return, and I see that dataYLag2…contains 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10…1 2, and what we've done is shifted…dataY by two values.…
You'll recall that dataY…is 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.…Now if we look at 24, we'll see exactly what I just did,…data.frame(dataX compared to dataY…compared to dataYLag2).…So let's go ahead and run that line.…
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