**R** offer many tools to analyse the univariate or bivariate
distribution of series. This includes `table`

and `prop.table`

on base
**R**, and `group_by/summarise`

and `count`

in **dplyr**. However,
these functions are somehow frustrating as some very common tasks,
like adding a total or computing relative frequencies or percentage
and not counts are not straightforward. Moreover, to our knowledge,
**R** offer weak support for numerical series for which the numerical
value is not known at the individual level, but only the fact that
this value belongs to a certain class. `descstat`

is intended to
provide user-friendly tools to perform these kind of operations. More
specifically, three kind of tables can be constructed:

`freq_table`

for frequency tables, suitable for factors or integer numerical series,`bins_table`

for bins tables, suitable for numerical series, either provided as a numeric or as a factor containing numerical classes,`cont_table`

for contingency tables of two series.

These function are writen in the **tidyverse** style, which means that
the pipe operator can be used and that the series can be provided
without quotes.

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