mround: Multiply a Number by 100 and Round It (By Default: 2)

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mroundR Documentation

Multiply a Number by 100 and Round It (By Default: 2)

Description

mround() is a convenience function I wrote for my annotating bar charts that I make. Assuming a proportion variable, mround() will multiply each value by 100 and round it for presentation. By default, it rounds to two. The user can adjust this.

Usage

mround(x, d = 2)

Arguments

x

a numeric vector

d

the number of decimal points to which the user wants to round. If this is not set, it rounds to two decimal points.

Details

This is a sister function of make_perclab() in the same package. This, however, won't add a percentage sign.

Value

The function takes a numeric vector, multiplies it by 100, rounds it (to two digits by default), and returns it to the user.

Examples


x <- runif(100)
mround(x)
mround(x, 2) # same as above
mround(x, 3)

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