tuple-package: The tuple Package

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Description

Find every match, or orphan, duplicate, triplicate, or other replicated values.

This package extends the base R functionality around checking for unique and duplicate values in vectors.

Details

Package: tuple
Type: Package
Version: 0.4-02
Date: 2014-10-31
Depends: R (>= 2.10.0)
Encoding: UTF-8
License: LGPL-3
LazyLoad: no
URL: http://statistics.lazaridis.eu

Functions to find all matches or non-matches, orphans, and duplicate or other replicated elements.

The following changes are documented since the first release of this package on CRAN:

Version Change Description
0.3-06 None Initial release to CRAN.
0.4-01 Added %!in% This function tests for the opposite of the commonly
used testing operator "%in%" as documented in match.
Added documentation Added documentation for the package as a whole.
Implemented this change log.
Improved documentation Cleaned and otherwise improved documentation
that is generated by way of the roxygen2 package
for existing functions.
Added tuplicated This function is a major addition to the package.
It provides a generic way to find elements of a
vector that are replicated n or more times.
Fundamentally it depends only on the code for
duplicated as in the first version of this
package released to CRAN. The implementation
of triplicated has not been changed in this
in this update from version 0.3-06, but it will be
changed to call tuplicated with tuple = 3
in a future release.
Added tuplicate This function is another major addition. It provides
a generic way to find elements of a vector that are
replicated exactly n times. It depends on the code
for the newly-released tuplicated, and on the code
for orphan as in the initial package released to CRAN.
The implementation of triplicate has not changed
from version 0.3-06, but it will be changed to call
tuplicate with tuple = 3 in a future release.
0.4-02 Added matchNone This function returns a character string, based
on the table, that does not appear in the data.

Author(s)

Emmanuel Lazaridis


tuple documentation built on May 29, 2017, 3:03 p.m.