Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

The function round_something() does numerical rounding with a specified number of decimals. The 'something' will typically be a data.frame with mixed column types, of which the numerical columns must be rounded. This function makes that easier: all non-numerical columns are left in place, the numerical columns are rounded. Columns that are character but can be interpreted as numerical are first converted to numerical, and then rounded.

1 | ```
round_something(something, decimals = 0)
``` |

`something` |
The object of which the numbers need to be rounded. Can be a numerical or character vector, a matrix, a data.frame or a list containing these elements. |

`decimals` |
An integer specifying how many decimal points the result must contain. |

The same structure as used for the input of 'something', but then with rounded numbers (where applicable).

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
my_DF = data.frame(A=c(1.111,2.22,3.3,4), B=c("A", "Bb", "Ccc", "Dddd"), row.names=c(1,2,3,4))
round_something(my_DF)
round_something(my_DF, 2)
my_list = list(A=c(1.111,2.22,3.3,4), B=c("A", "Bb", "Ccc", "Dddd"))
round_something(my_list)
round_something(my_list, 2)
``` |

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