cat_desc_stats | R Documentation |

`cat_desc_stats`

computes absolute and relative frequencies for
categorical data with a number of formatting options.

cat_desc_stats( source = NULL, separator = " ", return_level = TRUE, ndigit = 0, groupvar = NULL, singleline = FALSE, percent = TRUE, prettynum = FALSE, .german = FALSE, quelle = NULL )

`source` |
Data for computation. Previously "quelle". |

`separator` |
delimiter between results per level, preset as ' '. |

`return_level` |
Should levels be reported? |

`ndigit` |
Digits for rounding of relative frequencies. |

`groupvar` |
Optional grouping factor. |

`singleline` |
Put all group levels in a single line? |

`percent` |
Logical, add percent-symbol after relative frequencies? |

`prettynum` |
logical, apply prettyNum to results? |

`.german` |
logical, should "." and "," be used as bigmark and decimal? Sets prettynum to TRUE. |

`quelle` |
deprecated, retained for compatibility, use 'source' instead. |

Structure depends on parameter return_level: if FALSE than a tibble with descriptives, otherwise a list with two tibbles with levels of factor and descriptives. If parameter singleline is FALSE (default), results for each factor level is reported in a separate line, otherwise they are pasted. Number of columns for result tibbles is one or number of levels of the additional grouping variable.

cat_desc_stats(mtcars$gear) cat_desc_stats(mtcars$gear, return_level = FALSE) cat_desc_stats(mtcars$gear, groupvar = mtcars$am) cat_desc_stats(mtcars$gear, groupvar = mtcars$am, singleline = TRUE)

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