# change from matrix to a dataframe in r

To change a matrix to a dataframe in R, you can follow these steps:

**Create a matrix**: Start by creating a matrix using the`matrix()`

function in R. This function takes the data, number of rows, number of columns, and other arguments as inputs to create a matrix object.**Convert matrix to dataframe**: Use the`as.data.frame()`

function to convert the matrix object into a dataframe. This function takes the matrix as the input and returns a dataframe with the same data.

Here is an example that demonstrates these steps:

```
# Step 1: Create a matrix
mat <- matrix(1:6, nrow = 2, ncol = 3)
# Step 2: Convert matrix to dataframe
df <- as.data.frame(mat)
```

In the example above, we first create a matrix `mat`

using the `matrix()`

function. The matrix contains numbers from 1 to 6 arranged in 2 rows and 3 columns. Then, we convert the matrix `mat`

into a dataframe `df`

using the `as.data.frame()`

function.

Now, the variable `df`

is a dataframe that contains the same data as the matrix `mat`

. You can use the dataframe `df`

for further analysis or manipulation in your R code.