Description Usage Arguments Details See Also Examples
summarise() can be used to apply a function
simulationwise. This is especially useful to create posterior
summaries of your paramaters.
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A list of simulations arrays.
Name-value pairs of expressions.
Used to work around non-standard evaluation. See
Additional data on which expressions depend.
Names of functions that should be escaped in addition to the binary operators.
summarise() method is different from the one in dplyr
in several respects. While dplyr's method discards non-relevant
columns, gsim's method keeps all data.
sims objects can
contain both simulation arrays and ordinary
summarise() makes use of this possibility by adding
the summarised quantities alongside the posterior arrays.
Note that the functions mentioned in
... are applied across
the posterior simulations. If you need to transform your quantities
datawise, mention the relevant functions in
it is generally better to transform beforehand with
mutate()). All binary operators such as
^ are escaped by default because it doesn't make sense to
apply them across simulations.
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