Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples
This function returns the "typical" value of a variable.
1  typical_value(x, fun = "mean", ...)

x 
A variable. 
fun 
Character vector, naming the function to be applied to

... 
Further arguments, passed down to 
By default, for numeric variables, typical_value()
returns the
mean value of x
(unless changed with the fun
argument).
For factors, the reference level is returned or the most common value
(if fun = "mode"
), unless fun
is a named vector. If
fun
is a named vector, specify the function for numeric
and categorical variables as element names, e.g.
fun = c(numeric = "median", factor = "mean")
. In this case,
factors are converted to numeric values (using to_value
)
and the related function is applied. You may abbreviate the names
fun = c(n = "median", f = "mean")
. See also 'Examples'.
For character vectors the most common value (mode) is returned.
The "typical" value of x
.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21  data(iris)
typical_value(iris$Sepal.Length)
library(purrr)
map(iris, ~ typical_value(.x))
# example from ?stats::weighted.mean
wt < c(5, 5, 4, 1) / 15
x < c(3.7, 3.3, 3.5, 2.8)
typical_value(x, "weighted.mean")
typical_value(x, "weighted.mean", w = wt)
# for factors, return either reference level or mode value
set.seed(123)
x < sample(iris$Species, size = 30, replace = TRUE)
typical_value(x)
typical_value(x, fun = "mode")
# for factors, use a named vector to apply other functions than "mode"
map(iris, ~ typical_value(.x, fun = c(n = "median", f = "mean")))

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