This function calculates the `min, max, median, mean, standard deviation, skew`

and `kurtosis`

for the specified object and displays the results in a semi-tabular form. An option is provided to set the number of digits displayed for the returned values.
Note: see the help pages in this package for `theskew`

and `thekurt`

for information on those implementations.

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`x` |
A vector or vectorizable object. |

`numdig` |
How many digits to the right of the decimal point to display (when |

`na.rm` |
Does the user desire NA values to be removed. Rare is the need to set this to FALSE. |

`printit` |
Set to TRUE to see the results, nicely formatted, in the console. |

A data frame with scalar elements matching their names:

`min` |
minimum |

`max` |
maximum |

`mean` |
mean value |

`median` |
median |

`sdev` |
standard deviation |

`skew` |
skew |

`kurtosis` |
kurtosis |

Carl Witthoft, carl@witthoft.com

`theskew `

, `thekurt`

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