row_to_names: Elevate a row to be the column names of a data.frame.

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/row_to_names.R

Description

Elevate a row to be the column names of a data.frame.

Usage

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row_to_names(dat, row_number, remove_row = TRUE, remove_rows_above = TRUE)

Arguments

dat

The input data.frame

row_number

The row of dat containing the variable names

remove_row

Should the row row_number be removed from the resulting data.frame?

remove_rows_above

If row_number != 1, should the rows above row_number - that is, between 1:(row_number-1) - be removed from the resulting data.frame?

Value

A data.frame with new names (and some rows removed, if specified)

Examples

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x <- data.frame(X_1 = c(NA, "Title", 1:3),
                X_2 = c(NA, "Title2", 4:6))
x %>%
  row_to_names(row_number = 2)

Example output

Attaching package: 'janitor'

The following objects are masked from 'package:stats':

    chisq.test, fisher.test

  Title Title2
3     1      4
4     2      5
5     3      6

janitor documentation built on Jan. 5, 2021, 9:07 a.m.