Correlation Data Frame
Description
An implementation of stats::cor(), which returns a correlation matrix in a specific format. See details below. Additional adjustment include the use of pairwise deletion by default.
Usage
1  correlate(x, y = NULL, use = "pairwise.complete.obs", method = "pearson")

Arguments
x 
a numeric vector, matrix or data frame. 
y 

use 
an optional character string giving a
method for computing covariances in the presence
of missing values. This must be (an abbreviation of) one of the strings

method 
a character string indicating which correlation
coefficient (or covariance) is to be computed. One of

Details
This function returns a correlation matrix in the following format:
A tibble (see
tibble
)An additional class, "cor_df"
A "rowname" column
Standardised variances (the matrix diagonal) set to missing values (
NA
) so they can be ignored in calculations.
The main feature is the use of the data frame. This is to make use of data frame manipulation packages like dplyr and tidyr.
Value
A correlation data frame (cor_df)
Examples
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