DataCombine: Tools for Easily Combining and Cleaning Data Sets

Tools for combining and cleaning data sets, particularly with grouped and time series data.

AuthorChristopher Gandrud [aut, cre]
Date of publication2016-04-13 17:59:09
MaintainerChristopher Gandrud <christopher.gandrud@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 3)
Version0.2.21
http://CRAN.R-project.org/package=DataCombine

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Man pages

CasesTable: Create reports cases after listwise deletion of missing...

change: Calculate the changes (absolute, percent, and proportion)...

CountSpell: Count spells, including for grouped data

dMerge: Merges 2 data frames and report/drop/keeps only duplicates.

DropNA: Drop rows from a data frame with missing values on a given...

FillDown: Fills in missing (NA) values with the previous non-missing...

FillIn: A function for filling in missing values of a variable from...

FindDups: Find duplicated values in a data frame and subset it to...

FindReplace: Replace multiple patterns found in a character string column...

grepl.sub: Subset a data frame if a specified pattern is found in a...

InsertRow: Inserts a new row into a data frame

MoveFront: Move variables to the front of a data frame.

NaVar: Create new variable(s) indicating if there are missing values...

PercChange: Calculate the percentage change from a specified lag,...

rmExcept: Remove all objects from a workspace except those specified by...

shift: A function for creating lag and lead variables.

shiftMA: Internal function for slideMA

slide: A function for creating lag and lead variables, including for...

slideMA: Create a moving average for a period before or after each...

SpreadDummy: Spread a dummy variable (1's and 0') over a specified time...

StartEnd: Find the starting and ending time points of a spell

TimeExpand: Expands a data set so that it includes an observation for...

TimeFill: Creates a continuous Unit-Time-Dummy data frame from a data...

VarDrop: Drop one or more variables from a data frame.

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