A collection of useful functions not found anywhere else, mainly for programming: Pretty intervals, generalized lagged differences, checking containment in an interval, creating a factor where the levels maintain the order of appearance, sampling rows from a data frame, converting seconds from midnight to and from H:M:S format, choosing the first non-NA value, transposing lists of lists, returning the name of the file currently sourced, smart named lists and vectors, and an alternative interface to assign().
|Author||Kirill Müller [aut, cre]|
|Date of publication||2016-02-14 17:30:21|
|Maintainer||Kirill Müller <email@example.com>|
coalesce.na: Replaces NA values
cut_format: Convert Numeric to Factor, with custom formatting
df_to_list: Converts a name-value data frame to a named list
export: Exports to an environment
export.list: Exports to an environment
gdiff: Generalized lagged differences
hms.to.seconds: Converts a time value given in H:M:S format to the number of...
in.interval.lo: Checks if values are contained in an interval (open on the...
in.interval.ro: Checks if values are contained in an interval (open on the...
kimisc-package: Kirill's Miscellaneous Functions
list_to_df: Converts a list to a name-value data frame
nc: Smart named vector
nin.interval.lo: Checks if values are outside of an interval (open on the...
nin.interval.ro: Checks if values are outside of an interval (open on the...
nlist: Smart named list
ofactor: Order-preserving factors
sample-methos: Random Samples and Permutations for Data Frames
seconds.to.hms: Converts a time value given as number of seconds since...
setMissingNames: Set the Missing Names in an Object
thisfile: Determines the path of the currently running script
tll: Transposes a list of lists
vswitch: Vectorized switch