Lists the values in the data set.

Description

This function creates a report of raw data in your data set. For each variable an ordered list of the unique entries (read as strings), useful for checking for input errors.

Usage

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radiograph(file, header = TRUE, save=FALSE, out.file="", ...)

Arguments

file

character specifying the file where the data set is located.

header

see read.table.

save

logical indicating whether output should be stored in a file (TRUE) or printed on the console (FALSE). Default is FALSE.

out.file

character specifying the file where the results are to be output. It only applies when 'save' argument is set to TRUE.

...

Arguments passed to read.table.

Author(s)

Gavin Lucas (gavin.lucas<at>cleargenetics.com)

Isaac Subirana (isubirana<at>imim.es)

See Also

report

Examples

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## Not run: 

require(compareGroups)

# read example data of regicor in plain text format with variables separated by '\t'.
datafile <- system.file("exdata/regicor.txt", package="compareGroups")
radiograph(datafile)


## End(Not run)