View source: R/round_half_up.R

round_half_up | R Documentation |

In base R `round()`

, halves are rounded to even, e.g., 12.5 and 11.5 are both rounded to 12. This function rounds 12.5 to 13 (assuming `digits = 0`

). Negative halves are rounded away from zero, e.g., -0.5 is rounded to -1.

This may skew subsequent statistical analysis of the data, but may be desirable in certain contexts. This function is implemented exactly from https://stackoverflow.com/a/12688836; see that question and comments for discussion of this issue.

round_half_up(x, digits = 0)

`x` |
a numeric vector to round. |

`digits` |
how many digits should be displayed after the decimal point? |

round_half_up(12.5) round_half_up(1.125, 2) round_half_up(1.125, 1) round_half_up(-0.5, 0) # negatives get rounded away from zero

janitor documentation built on Feb. 16, 2023, 10:16 p.m.

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