fixed.pval: Format a p-value in fixed notation.

View source: R/string.utilities.R

fixed.pvalR Documentation

Format a p-value in fixed notation.

Description

This is a thin wrapper around format.pval() that guarantees fixed (not scientific) notation, links (by default) the eps argument to the digits argument and vice versa, and sets nsmall to equal digits.

Usage

fixed.pval(
  pv,
  digits = max(1, getOption("digits") - 2),
  eps = 10^-digits,
  na.form = "NA",
  ...
)

Arguments

pv, digits, eps, na.form, ...

see format.pval().

Value

A character vector.

Examples

pvs <- 10^((0:-12)/2)

# Jointly:
fpf <- fixed.pval(pvs, digits = 3)
fpf
format.pval(pvs, digits = 3) # compare

# Individually:
fpf <- sapply(pvs, fixed.pval, digits = 3)
fpf
sapply(pvs, format.pval, digits = 3) # compare

# Control eps:
fpf <- sapply(pvs, fixed.pval, eps = 1e-3)
fpf


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