View source: R/moeCrosstab3way.R

moe_crosstab_3way | R Documentation |

`moe_crosstab_3way`

returns a tibble containing a weighted crosstab of two variables by a third variable with margin of error

```
moe_crosstab_3way(
df,
x,
y,
z,
weight,
remove = c(""),
n = TRUE,
pct_type = "row",
format = "long",
zscore = 1.96,
unwt_n = FALSE
)
```

`df` |
The data source |

`x` |
The independent variable |

`y` |
The dependent variable |

`z` |
The second control variable |

`weight` |
The weighting variable |

`remove` |
An optional character vector of values to remove from final table (e.g. "refused"). This will not affect any calculations made. The vector is not case-sensitive. |

`n` |
logical, if TRUE numeric totals are included. |

`pct_type` |
Controls the kind of percentage values returned. One of "row" or "cell." |

`format` |
one of "long" or "wide" |

`zscore` |
defaults to 1.96, consistent with a 95% confidence interval |

`unwt_n` |
logical, if TRUE it adds a column with unweighted frequency values |

Options include row or cell percentages. The tibble can be in long or wide format. These tables are ideal for use with small multiples created with ggplot2::facet_wrap.

a tibble

```
moe_crosstab_3way(df = illinois, x = sex, y = educ6, z = maritalstatus, weight = weight)
moe_crosstab_3way(df = illinois, x = sex, y = educ6, z = maritalstatus, weight = weight,
format = "wide")
```

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