labels | R Documentation |

Given a ranking (or a matrix of rank data), transforms it into an ordering (or a ordering matrix)

```
labels(x, m, label = 1:m, labs)
```

`x` |
a ranking, or a n by m data matrix in which there are n judges ranking m objects |

`m` |
the number of objects |

`label` |
optional: the name of the objects |

`labs` |
labs = 1 displays the names of the objects if there is argument "label", otherwise displays the permutation of first m integer. labs = 2 is to be used only if the argument "label" is not defined. In such a case it displays the permutation of the first m letters |

This function is deprecated and it will be removed in the next release of the package. Use function 'rank2order' instead.

the ordering

Sonia Amodio sonia.amodio@unina.it

`rank2order`

```
data(Idea)
TR=tabulaterows(Idea)
Ord=labels(TR$X,ncol(Idea),colnames(Idea),labs=1)
Ord2=labels(TR$X,ncol(Idea),labs=2)
cbind(Ord,TR$Wk)
cbind(Ord2,TR$Wk)
```

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