modify_design: Modify a design after the fact

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

Description

Insert, delete and replace steps in an (already declared) design object.

Usage

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insert_step(design, new_step, before, after)

delete_step(design, step)

replace_step(design, step, new_step)

Arguments

design

A design object, usually created using the + operator, expand_design, or the design library.

new_step

The new step; Either a function or a partial call.

before

The step before which to add steps.

after

The step after which to add steps.

step

The quoted label of the step to be deleted or replaced.

Details

See modify_design for details.

Value

A new design object.

Examples

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 my_population <- declare_population(N = 100, noise = rnorm(N), label = "my_pop")

 my_potential_outcomes <-
   declare_potential_outcomes(Y_Z_0 = noise,
                              Y_Z_1 = noise + rnorm(N, mean = 2, sd = 2))

 my_assignment <- declare_assignment(m = 50)
 my_assignment_2 <- declare_assignment(m = 25)

 design <- my_population + my_potential_outcomes + my_assignment

 design

 insert_step(design, declare_step(dplyr::mutate, income = noise^2), after = my_assignment)
 insert_step(design, declare_step(dplyr::mutate, income = noise^2), before = my_assignment)

 # If you are using a design created by a designer, for example from
 #   the DesignLibrary package, you will not have access to the step
 #   objects. Instead, you can always use the label of the step.
 
 # get the labels for the steps
 names(design)
 
 insert_step(design, declare_sampling(n = 50), after = "my_pop")


 delete_step(design, my_assignment)
 replace_step(design, my_assignment, declare_step(dplyr::mutate, words = "income"))

graemeblair/DeclareDesign documentation built on Aug. 9, 2018, 12:38 p.m.