# Count Number of Values in Range in R (Example)

In this R article you’ll learn how to **get the number of observations within a certain range of values**.

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## Introducing Exemplifying Data

Have a look at the following example data:

x <- c(3, 1, 6, 5, 6, 3, 4, 4, 8, 2) # Create example vector x # Print example vector # [1] 3 1 6 5 6 3 4 4 8 2 |

x <- c(3, 1, 6, 5, 6, 3, 4, 4, 8, 2) # Create example vector x # Print example vector # [1] 3 1 6 5 6 3 4 4 8 2

Have a look at the previous RStudio console output. It shows that our example data is a numeric vector containing several integer values.

## Example: Get Number of Observations in Certain Range Using > & ＜

In this example, I’ll explain how to count the number of values in a particular range.

For this, we can use the larger than (i.e. “>”) and smaller than (i.e. “＜”) operators as shown below:

sum(x > 3 & x < 7) # Count cases in range # [1] 5 |

sum(x > 3 & x < 7) # Count cases in range # [1] 5

The RStudio console returns the result: Five elements of our vector lie in the range between 3 and 7.

## Video & Further Resources

Do you need further info on the R programming code of the present article? Then you could watch the following video of the Statistics Globe YouTube channel. In the video, I explain the R programming codes of this tutorial:

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Besides that, you may have a look at the related tutorials of this website. A selection of articles about ranges and vectors can be found below:

- Count Number of Characters in String
- Select Data Frame Rows where Column Values are in Range
- Count TRUE Values in Logical Vector
- Count Number of Words in Character String
- R Programming Tutorials

On this page, I have illustrated how to **count the number of cases in a specific numeric range** in R. Don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments section, if you have additional questions.

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