Description Usage Arguments Examples

Used to calculate XMR data.

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`df` |
The dataframe or tibble to calculate from. Data must be in a tidy format. At least one variable for time and one variable for measure. |

`measure` |
The column containing the measure. Must be in numeric format. |

`recalc` |
Logical: if you'd like it to recalculate bounds. Defaults to True |

`reuse` |
Logical: Should points be re-used in calculations? Defaults to False |

`interval` |
The interval you'd like to use to calculate the averages. Defaults to 5. |

`longrun` |
Used to determine rules for long run. First point is the 'n' of points used to recalculate with, and the second is to determine what qualifies as a long run. Default is c(5,8) which uses the first 5 points of a run of 8 to recalculate the bounds. If a single value is used, then that value is used twice i.e. c(6,6)) |

`shortrun` |
Used to determine rules for a short run. The first point is the minimum number of points within the set to qualify a shortrun, and the second is the length of a possible set. Default is c(3,4) which states that 3 of 4 points need to pass the test to be used in a calculation. If a single value is used, then that value is used twice i.e. c(3,3)) |

`testing` |
Logical to print test results |

1 2 | ```
## Not run: xmr(df, "Measure", recalc = T)
## Not run: xmr(df, "Measure", recalc = T, shortrun = c(3,4), longrun = c(5,8))
``` |

Zanidean/xmrr documentation built on Aug. 19, 2018, 8:30 p.m.

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