Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples
Generate columns that are related.
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x 
A starting column. 
j 
The number of columns to produce. 
name 
An optional prefix name to give to the columns. If 
operation 
A operation character vector of length 1; either

mean 
Mean is the average value to add, subtract, multiple, or divide by. 
sd 
The amount of variability to allow in 
rep.sep 
A separator to use for repeated variable names. For example
if the 
digits 
The number of digits to round to. Defaults to the max number
of significant digits in 
Returns a tbl_df
.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20  relate(1:10, 10)
(x < r_data_frame(10, id, relate(1:10, 10, "Time", mean = 2)))
library(ggplot2)
dat < with(x, data.frame(ID = rep(ID, ncol(x[, 1])), stack(x[, 1])))
dat[["Time"]] < factor(sub("Time_", "", dat[["ind"]]), levels = 1:10)
ggplot(dat, aes(x = Time, y = values, color = ID, group = ID)) +
geom_line(size=.8)
relate(1:10, 10, name = "X", operation = "")
relate(1:10, 10, "X", mean = 1, sd = 0)
relate(1:10, 10, "Var", "*")
relate(1:10, 10, "Var", "/")
relate(gpa(30), 5, mean = .1)
relate(likert(10), 5, mean = .1, sd = .2)
relate(date_stamp(10), 6)
relate(time_stamp(10), 6)
relate(rep(100, 10), 6, "Reaction", "")

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