Compare synthesised data set with the original (observed) data set
using percent frequency tables and histograms. When more than one
synthetic data set has been generated (`object$m>1`

), by default
pooled synthetic data are used for comparison.

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`object` |
an object of class |

`data` |
an original (observed) data set. |

`vars` |
variables to be compared. If |

`msel` |
index or indices of synthetic data copies for which a comparison
is to be made. If |

`breaks` |
the number of cells for the histogram. |

`nrow` |
the number of rows for the plotting area. |

`ncol` |
the number of columns for the plotting area. |

`rel.size.x` |
a number representing the relative size of x-axis labels. |

`cols` |
bar colors. |

`...` |
additional parameters. |

`x` |
an object of class |

Missing data categories for numeric variables are plotted on the same plot
as non-missing values. They are indicated by `miss.`

suffix.

An object of class `compare.synds`

which is a list including a list
of comparative percent frequency tables (`tables`

) and
a ggplot object (`plots`

) with bar charts/histograms. If multiple plots
are produced they and their corresponding frequency tables are stored as a list.

Nowok, B., Raab, G.M and Dibben, C. (2016). synthpop: Bespoke
Creation of Synthetic Data in R. *Journal of Statistical Software*,
**74**(11), 1-26. doi: 10.18637/jss.v074.i11.

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