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## Count the number of matrix entries in rows that meet a criterion

### Description

Expressions can be written in a natural way such as `count_vals_inrows_byname(m, "<=", 1)`.

### Usage

```count_vals_inrows_byname(
a,
compare_fun = c("==", "!=", "<", "<=", ">=", ">"),
val = 0
)
```

### Arguments

 `a` a matrix or list of matrices whose values are to be counted by rows according to `compare_fun` `compare_fun` the comparison function, one of "`==`", "`!=`", "`<`", "`<=`", "`>`", or "`>=`". Default is "`==`". `val` the value against which matrix entries are compared. Default is `0`.

### Details

Either a single matrix or a list of matrices can be given as the `a` argument. `compare_fun` can be specified as a string (`"!="`) or as a back-quoted function (``!=``).

### Value

an `matrix` with a single column indicating the number of entries in `a` that meet the specified criterion in each row of `a`

### Examples

```m <- matrix(c(0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 0), nrow = 3, ncol = 2)
count_vals_inrows_byname(m) # uses defaults: compare_fun = "==" and val = 0
count_vals_inrows_byname(m, compare_fun = "!=")
count_vals_inrows_byname(m, compare_fun = `!=`)
# Write expressions in a natural way
count_vals_inrows_byname(m, "<=", 1)
# Also works for lists
count_vals_inrows_byname(list(m,m), "<=", 1)
```

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