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search a data frame in R

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Hi,

I have created a data frame in R using the attached example. I stripped down some data so that I can attach the file. How can I search a Data frame in R by specifying values for columns TICKER and DCLRDT. Once the search is complete for that particular row I want to return the difference between columns RET and vwretd.

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I can't help you, but just wanted to point out that it looks like you forgot to attach anything.
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I would go with RSQLite and make database from CSV, then use common SQL to retrieve parts of data you need.
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zoo can help too, though no huge advantage over sql...
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