rflip: Tossing Coins

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/resample.R

Description

These functions simplify simulating coin tosses for those (students primarily) who are not yet familair with the binomial distributions or just like this syntax and verbosity better.

Usage

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rflip(n = 1, prob = 0.5, quiet = FALSE, verbose = !quiet,
  summarize = FALSE, summarise = summarize)

## S3 method for class 'cointoss'
print(x, ...)

nflip(n = 1, prob = 0.5, ...)

Arguments

n

the number of coins to toss

prob

probability of heads on each toss

quiet

a logical. If TRUE, less verbose output is used.

verbose

a logical. If TRUE, more verbose output is used.

summarize

if TRUE, return a summary (as a data frame).

summarise

alternative spelling for summarize.

x

an object

...

additional arguments

Value

for rflip, a cointoss object

for nflip, a numeric vector

Examples

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rflip(10)
rflip(10, prob = 1/6, quiet = TRUE)
rflip(10, prob = 1/6, summarize = TRUE)
do(5) * rflip(10)
as.numeric(rflip(10))
nflip(10)

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