Contingency tables are useful short hand ways of inputting and visualizing data. I have yet to find an easy way to convert between contingency tables and data frames in R. Below is a short script in which I input a contingency table, create a function to convert the 2 by 2 table to a data frame, and convert the data frame back to a table. These operations are useful for running some statistical operations that either only work on tables or only work on data frames. Hope the below example is useful.

genetic epidemiology, statistical genetics, and bioinformatics

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