# Order data frame by two columns in R

I’m trying to reorder the rows of a data frame by two factors. For the first factor i’m happy with the default ordering. For the second factor i’d like to impose my own custom order to the rows. Here’s some dummy data:

```dat <- data.frame(apple=rep(LETTERS[1:10], 3),
orange=c(rep("agg", 10), rep("org", 10), rep("fut", 10)),
pear=rnorm(30, 10),
grape=rnorm(30, 10))
```

I’d like to order “apple” in a specific way:

```appleOrdered <- c("E", "D", "J", "A", "F", "G", "I", "B", "H", "C")
```

I’ve tried this:

```dat <- dat[with(dat, order(orange, rep(appleOrdered, 3))), ]
```

But it seems to put “apple” into a random order. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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