## Replace columns less than a threshold to 0

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I have a dataframe that has 200 columns. I want to use dplyr to clean the data so that every number less than 0.05 is replaced with 0. A sample `df`

was pasted below.

df 0.07262 0.039885 0.090173 0.124043 0.09201 0.068309 0.146381 0.09127 0.060768 0.111031

This is the desired outcome.

df 0.07262 0 0.090173 0.124043 0.09201 0.068309 0.146381 0.09127 0.060768 0.111031

This is my code: `df2 <- mutate_all(ifelse(<0.05,0.,))`

but it doesn't work. Any guidance is welcome.

dplyr:

df <- mutate_all(df, funs(ifelse(. < 0.5, 0, .)))

base R:

df[df < 0.05] <- 0

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Here's one way using base R

df[df < 0.05] <- 0

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Using `dplyr`

, you can define the function before and then call it in the `mutate_all`

smallToZero <- function(x) {if_else(x<.05, 0, x)} df2 <- df %>% mutate_all(smallToZero)

You can also have it as an un-named function using . as:

df2 <- df %>% mutate_all(funs(if_else(.<.05, 0, .)))

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##### Comments

- You need to use dplyr or is base R enough?