Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also

Crunch Variables reside on the server, allowing you to work with
datasets that are too big to bring into memory on your machine. Many
functions, such as `max`

, `mean`

, and `crtabs()`

, translate your commands
into API queries and return only the result. But, not every operation you'll
want to perform has been implemented on the Crunch servers. If you need to do
something beyond what is currently supported, you can bring a variable's
data into R with `as.vector(ds$var)`

and work with it like any
other R vector.

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`x` |
a CrunchVariable |

`mode` |
for Categorical variables, one of either "factor" (default,
which returns the values as factor); "numeric" (which returns the numeric
values); or "id" (which returns the category ids). If "id", values
corresponding to missing categories will return as the underlying integer
codes; i.e., the R representation will not have any |

`as.vector`

transfers data from Crunch to a local R session. Note:
`as.vector`

returns the vector in the row order of the dataset. If filters
are set that specify an order that is different from the row order of the
dataset, the results will ignore that order. If you need the vector ordered
in that way, use syntax like `as.vector(ds$var)[c(10, 5, 2)]`

instead.

an R vector of the type corresponding to the Variable. E.g. CategoricalVariable yields type factor by default, NumericVariable yields numeric, etc.

as.data.frame for another interface
for (lazily) fetching data from the server as needed; `exportDataset()`

for
pulling all of the data from a dataset.

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