tally | R Documentation |

Tabulate categorical data

tally(x, ...) ## S3 method for class 'tbl' mosaic_tally(x, wt, sort = FALSE, ..., envir = parent.frame()) ## S3 method for class 'data.frame' mosaic_tally(x, wt, sort = FALSE, ..., envir = parent.frame()) ## S3 method for class 'formula' mosaic_tally( x, data = parent.frame(), format = c("count", "proportion", "percent", "data.frame", "sparse", "default"), margins = FALSE, quiet = TRUE, subset, groups = NULL, useNA = "ifany", groups.first = FALSE, ... )

`x` |
an object |

`...` |
additional arguments passed to |

`wt` |
for weighted tallying,
see |

`sort` |
a logical,
see |

`envir` |
an environment in which to evaluate |

`data` |
a data frame or environment in which evaluation occurs.
Note that the default is |

`format` |
a character string describing the desired format of the results.
One of |

`margins` |
a logical indicating whether marginal distributions should be displayed. |

`quiet` |
a logical indicating whether messages about order in which
marginal distributions are calculated should be suppressed.
See |

`subset` |
an expression evaluating to a logical vector used to select a subset of |

`groups` |
used to specify a condition as an alternative to using a formula with a condition. |

`useNA` |
as in |

`groups.first` |
a logical indicating whether groups should be inserted ahead of the condition (else after). |

The dplyr package also exports a `dplyr::tally()`

function.
If `x`

inherits from class `"tbl"`

or `"data frame"`

,
then dplyr's `dplyr::tally()`

is called. This makes it
easier to have the two packages coexist.

Otherwise, `tally()`

is designed as an alternative to `table()`

and
`xtabs()`

. The primary use case it to describe a (possibly multi-dimensional)
table using a formula. For a table of counts, each component of the formula becomes one
of the dimensions of the cross table. For tables of proportions or percents, conditional
proportions and percents are computed, conditioned on each level of all "secondary"
(i.e., conditioning) variables, defined as everything other than the left hand side,
if there is a left hand side to the formula; and everything except the right hand side
if the left hand side of the formula is empty. Note that `groups`

is folded into
the formula prior to this determination and becomes part of the conditioning.

When marginal totals are added, they are added for all of the conditioning dimensions, and proportions should sum to 1 for each level of the conditioning variables. This can be useful to make it clear which conditional proportions are being computed.

See the examples for some typical use cases.

A object of class `"table"`

, unless passing through to dplyr
or converted to a data frame because `format`

is `"data.frame"`

or
`"sparse"`

.

The current implementation when `format = "sparse"`

first creates the full data frame
and then removes the unneeded rows. So the savings is in terms of space, not time.

if (require(mosaicData)) { tally( ~ substance, data = HELPrct) tally( ~ substance + sex , data = HELPrct) tally( sex ~ substance, data = HELPrct) # equivalent to tally( ~ sex | substance, ... ) tally( ~ substance | sex , data = HELPrct) tally( ~ substance | sex , data = HELPrct, format = 'count', margins = TRUE) tally( ~ substance + sex , data = HELPrct, format = 'percent', margins = TRUE) tally( ~ substance | sex , data = HELPrct, format = 'percent', margins = TRUE) # force NAs to show up tally( ~ sex, data = HELPrct, useNA = "always") # show NAs if any are there tally( ~ link, data = HELPrct) # ignore the NAs tally( ~ link, data = HELPrct, useNA = "no") }

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