Description Usage Arguments Details Value References Examples

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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