Generate Random Vector of Languages

Description

Generate a random vector of languages from the presidential_debates_2012.

Usage

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language(n, x = wakefield::languages[["Language"]],
  prob = wakefield::languages[["Proportion"]], name = "Language")

Arguments

n

The number elements to generate. This can be globally set within the environment of r_data_frame or r_list.

x

A vector of elements to chose from.

prob

A vector of probabilities to chose from.

name

The name to assign to the output vector's varname attribute. This is used to auto assign names to the column/vector name when used inside of r_data_frame or r_list.

Value

Returns a random character vector of language elements.

See Also

Other variable.functions: age, animal, answer, area, car, children, coin, color, date_stamp, death, dice, dna, dob, dummy, education, employment, eye, grade_level, grade, group, hair, height, income, internet_browser, iq, level, likert, lorem_ipsum, marital, military, month, name, normal, political, race, religion, sat, sentence, sex_inclusive, sex, smokes, speed, state, string, upper, valid, year, zip_code

Examples

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language(10)
pie(table(language(10000)))

lang <- wakefield::languages[sample(1:99, 6), ]
lang["prop"] <- lang[["N"]]/sum(lang[["N"]])
labs <- round(100 * lang[["prop"]], 1)
pie(lang[["prop"]], paste0(lang[["Language"]], "\n", labs, "%"))

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