statistics | R Documentation |
Calculates descriptive statistics depending on the class of its input.
statistics(x, ...)
## S3 method for class 'numeric'
statistics(x, statistics.numeric = NULL, ...)
## S3 method for class 'factor'
statistics(x, statistics.factor = NULL, ...)
## S3 method for class 'logical'
statistics(x, labels_TRUE_FALSE = atable_options("labels_TRUE_FALSE"), ...)
## S3 method for class 'character'
statistics(x, ...)
## S3 method for class 'ordered'
statistics(x, statistics.ordered = NULL, ...)
## S3 method for class 'count_me'
statistics(x, ...)
x |
An object. Statistics will be calculated of |
... |
Passed from and to other methods. |
statistics.numeric |
Either |
statistics.factor |
Analog to argument statistics.numeric |
labels_TRUE_FALSE |
For relabeling logicals. See also |
statistics.ordered |
Analog to argument statistics.numeric |
Calculates descriptive statistics depending on the class of its input.
Results are passed to function format_statistics
.
If you are not pleased with the current descriptive statistics you may alter these functions.
But you must keep the original output-format, see section Value.
Function check_statistics
checks if the output of statistics is suitable for further processing.
The results of statistics
are passed to function format_statistics
.
So the results of statistics
must have a class for which the generic format_statistics
has a method.
format_statistics
has a default method, which accepts lists. So the results of statistics
can be a
named list with length > 0. The names of the list must have no duplicates.
Function check_statistics
checks if the output of statistics is suitable for further processing.
statistics(numeric)
: Descriptive statistics are: length, number of missing values, mean and standard deviation.
Class of the result is 'statistics_numeric'
and there is a method format_statistics_to_Latex.statistics_numeric
.
This function is meant for interval scaled variables.
statistics(factor)
: Counts the numbers of occurrences of the levels of x
with function table
.
This function is meant for nominal and ordinal scaled variables.
statistics(logical)
: Casts x
to factor, then applies statistics
again. The labels for TRUE
and FALSE
can also be modfied by setting atable_options('labels_TRUE_FALSE')
.
statistics(character)
: Casts x
to factor, then applies statistics
again.
statistics(ordered)
: Casts x
to factor, then applies statistics
again.
statistics(count_me)
: Returns the length
of x
. For class 'count_me'
see add_observation_column
.
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