compare_df_cols_same: Do the the data.frames have the same columns & types?

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

View source: R/compare_df_cols.R

Description

Check whether a set of data.frames are row-bindable. Calls compare_df_cols()and returns TRUE if there are no mis-matching rows. '

Usage

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compare_df_cols_same(
  ...,
  bind_method = c("bind_rows", "rbind"),
  verbose = TRUE
)

Arguments

...

A combination of data.frames, tibbles, and lists of data.frames/tibbles. The values may optionally be named arguments; if named, the output column will be the name; if not named, the output column will be the data.frame name (see examples section).

bind_method

What method of binding should be used to determine matches? With "bind_rows", columns missing from a data.frame would be considered a match (as in dplyr::bind_rows(); with "rbind", columns missing from a data.frame would be considered a mismatch (as in base::rbind().

verbose

Print the mismatching columns if binding will fail.

Value

TRUE if row binding will succeed or FALSE if it will fail.

See Also

Other Data frame type comparison: compare_df_cols(), describe_class()

Examples

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Example output

Attaching package:janitorThe following objects are masked frompackage:stats:

    chisq.test, fisher.test

[1] TRUE
[1] TRUE
[1] TRUE
  column_name     ..1     ..2
1           A numeric    <NA>
2           B    <NA> numeric
[1] FALSE

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