Description Usage Arguments Value Note Author(s) See Also Examples

Builds a vector of summary statistics for `gx.ngr.summary`

to output a NGR Report table of summary statistics as a ‘.csv’ file from estimates made by `gx.stats`

and `gx.ngr.skew`

.

1 | ```
gx.ngr.stats(xx)
``` |

`xx` |
vector for which NGR Report Table summary statistics are required. |

`table` |
the computed summary statistics to be used in function |

`[1]` |
the sample size, N. |

`[2]` |
the number of NAs in the input vector. |

`[3]` |
the data (sample) Mean. |

`[4]` |
the data (sample) Standard Deviation (SD). |

`[5]` |
the data (sample) Skew. |

`[6]` |
the Coefficient of Variation as a percentage (CV%). |

`[7]` |
the data (sample) Geometric Mean. |

`[8]` |
the data (sample) Median. |

`[9]` |
the data (sample) Median Absolute Deviation (MAD). |

`[10]` |
the Robust Coefficient of Variation as a percentage (RCV%). |

`[11:20]` |
the minimum value, and the 1st, 2nd, 5th, 10th, 20th, 25th (Q1), 30th, 40th and 50th (Q2) percentiles. |

`[21:29]` |
the 60th, 70th, 75th (Q3), 80th 90th, 95th, 98th and 99th percentiles and the maximum value. |

Any less than detection limit values represented by negative values, or zeros or other numeric codes representing blanks in the data, must be removed prior to executing this function, see `ltdl.fix.df`

.

Any `NA`

s in the data vector will be removed prior to computation in function `gx.stats`

. Display of the number of `NAs`

found by function `remove.na`

is suppressed in `remove.na`

as the information is included in the display from this function.

Robert G. Garrett

`gx.summary1`

, `gx.summary`

, `gx.stats`

, `ltdl.fix.df`

, `remove.na`

, `gx.summary2`

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