# stats.default: Compute some basic descriptive statistics. In table1: Tables of Descriptive Statistics in HTML

## Description

Values of type `factor`, `character` and `logical` are treated as categorical. For logicals, the two categories are given the labels 'Yes' for `TRUE`, and 'No' for `FALSE`. Factor levels with zero counts are retained.

## Usage

 `1` ```stats.default(x, quantile.type = 7, ...) ```

## Arguments

 `x` A vector or numeric, factor, character or logical values. `quantile.type` An integer from 1 to 9, passed as the `type` argument to function `quantile`. `...` Further arguments (ignored).

## Value

A list. For numeric `x`, the list contains the numeric elements:

• `N`: the number of non-missing values

• `NMISS`: the number of missing values

• `SUM`: the sum of the non-missing values

• `MEAN`: the mean of the non-missing values

• `SD`: the standard deviation of the non-missing values

• `MIN`: the minimum of the non-missing values

• `MEDIAN`: the median of the non-missing values

• `CV`: the percent coefficient of variation of the non-missing values

• `GMEAN`: the geometric mean of the non-missing values if non-negative, or `NA`

• `GSD`: the geometric standard devaition of the non-missing values if non-negative, or `NA`

• `GCV`: the percent geometric coefficient of variation of the non-missing values if non-negative, or `NA`

• `qXX`: various quantiles (percentiles) of the non-missing values (q01: 1%, q02.5: 2.5%, q05: 5%, q10: 10%, q25: 25% (first quartile), q33.3: 33.33333% (first tertile), q50: 50% (median, or second quartile), q66.7: 66.66667% (second tertile), q75: 75% (third quartile), q90: 90%, q95: 95%, q97.5: 97.5%, q99: 99%)

• `Q1`: the first quartile of the non-missing values (alias `q25`)

• `Q2`: the second quartile of the non-missing values (alias `q50` or `Median`)

• `Q3`: the third quartile of the non-missing values (alias `q75`)

• `IQR`: the inter-quartile range of the non-missing values (i.e., `Q3 - Q1`)

• `T1`: the first tertile of the non-missing values (alias `q33.3`)

• `T2`: the second tertile of the non-missing values (alias `q66.7`)

If `x` is categorical (i.e. factor, character or logical), the list contains a sublist for each category, where each sublist contains the numeric elements:

• `FREQ`: the frequency count

• `PCT`: the percent relative frequency, including NA in the denominator

• `PCTnoNA`: the percent relative frequency, excluding NA from the denominator

## Examples

 ```1 2 3 4 5 6 7``` ```x <- exp(rnorm(100, 1, 1)) stats.default(x) y <- factor(sample(0:1, 99, replace=TRUE), labels=c("Female", "Male")) y[1:10] <- NA stats.default(y) stats.default(is.na(y)) ```

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