Description Usage Arguments Methods Examples
Miscellaneous mondate
methods.
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x 
a mondate 
trim 
see 
na.rm 
see 
abbreviate 

... 
arguments passed to and from other methods 
mean(x = "mondate", ...)
Calculate the mean date of mondate
s.
Arguments trim
and na.rm
have the usual meaning
(see base::mean
).
pmean(... = "mondate")
Calculate the "parallel" mean date of mondate
s.
Arguments in ...
must all be mondate
s.
Result will be a mondate
with properties equal to those of the first
mondate
in ...
.
unique(x = "mondate", ...)
Returns a mondate
but with duplicate
elements/rows removed.
For an explanation of the arguments in ...
,
see base::unique
.
quarters(x = "mondate", abbreviate)
Returns a character
vector of "Q1" to "Q4".
See quarters
.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18  (M<mondate.mdy(12,31,2001:2003))
mean(M) # the middle value, Dec. 31, 2002
(M<c(M,mondate.mdy(12,31,2004))) # tack on another yearend
mean(M) # midyear 2003
mean(M,12) # 12 is coerced to Dec. 31, 2000, so the
# mean is again Dec. 31, 2002
x < mondate.ymd(2001:2005,12) # five year ends
y < x12 # one year earlier
pmean(x,y) # 20010630 ... 20050630
unique(M,M) # just M
(M<matrix(M,nrow=2)) # now a matrix
rbind(M,M) # 2 M's, stacked
unique(rbind(M,M)) # M again, still a matrix
m < mondate.ymd(2013, 1:12) # end of the months of 2013
quarters(m)

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