table unordered

When I use the function 'count' , the table comes out unordered. Why does it happen and how do I put 6-10 after 1-5 ?

It is ordered... alphabetically. If you want to set the order of ore you will need to convert it to a factor.

See ?factor and the forcats package.

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The order of the rows in the data frame is not affected by the ordering of the factor, but you can easily reorder the data frame:

tempo <- tempo[order(tempo$Ore), ]

If you're learning the tidyverse you would use arrange() to order this way:

tempo <- tempo %>% arrange(Ore)
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