Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

Standard Frequency Tables in R

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 | ```
frequencies(
x = NULL,
weights = NULL,
n.classes = NULL,
lower.limit = NULL,
upper.limit = NULL,
time.breaks = NULL,
svy.design = NULL,
sort.decreasing = NULL,
tidy.breaks = FALSE,
na.count = TRUE,
n.digits = 2,
show.totals = TRUE,
show.percent = TRUE,
use.thousands.mark = FALSE,
as.markdown = FALSE,
as.categorical = FALSE,
compare.valids = FALSE,
show.relative = TRUE,
show.cumulative = FALSE,
show.rel.cumulative = FALSE,
show.frequencies = TRUE
)
``` |

`x` |
Vector or data.frame. A numeric or categorical variable of any type. |

`weights` |
Numeric. Weights for aggregating the categories in x. It should have the same length of x. |

`n.classes` |
Integer or numeric. If a single integer, it represents the number of classes for the numeric variable. If a vector of numeric values, it will represent the desired break points for the classes. Defaults to the number of classes determined by the Herbert Sturges algorithm. |

`lower.limit` |
Numeric. Lower classes limit. Along with n.classes, it determines the bins of a distribution for continuous variables. Defaults to the minimum value of the numeric vector. |

`upper.limit` |
Numeric. Lower classes limit. Along with n.classes, it determines the bins of a distribution for continuous variables. Defaults to the maximum value of the numeric vector. |

`time.breaks` |
Character or integer. Specifies the aggregation class for date-time variables: "secs", "mins", "hours", "days", "weeks", "months","years", "DSTdays" or "quarters". If an integer it specifies an arbitrary number of classes for all the observations. |

`svy.design` |
survey.design object. A survey design object from survey::package. |

`sort.decreasing` |
NULL or logical. sort frequencies decreasingly, increasingly according to frequency counts. The default, NULL, sorts frequencies according with the classes. |

`tidy.breaks` |
Logical. Uses the default classes for histograms, allowing the frequency table of numeric values to match the default graphical bins for an histogram. It overrides the value for n.classes. |

`na.count` |
Logical. include NA values as part of the classes to be counted. If the vector has no missing values it will report 0 occurrences when TRUE is selected. |

`n.digits` |
Integer. number of decimal places to display for percentage frequencies. The number of decimals shown for relative frequencies is n.digits + 2. |

`show.totals` |
Logical. Show the sum of frequencies and relative/percentage frequencies. |

`show.percent` |
Logical. Show relative frequencies as percentage frequencies. Default is TRUE. |

`use.thousands.mark` |
Logical. Show the thousands mark for numeric columns. Warning: numeric variables will be stored as character. |

`as.markdown` |
Logical. Return the frequency table in RMarkdown format, uses the pander:: package. |

`as.categorical` |
Logical. If TRUE, it will display each integer value as a different category. If FALSE, it will aggregate integer values into classes for unique values greater than 15. Useful for displaying variables with several categories, such as Default is FALSE. |

`compare.valids` |
Logical. Show or hide an additional column for each column type to compare valid vs. NA values, default is FALSE. It overrides selected option for na.count argument. |

`show.relative` |
Logical. Show or hide the column for relative frequencies, default is TRUE. |

`show.cumulative` |
Logical. Show or hide the column for cumulative frequencies, default is FALSE |

`show.rel.cumulative` |
Logical. Show or hide the column for relative cumulative frequencies, default is FALSE. |

`show.frequencies` |
Logical. Show or hide the column for counts per class, default is TRUE. |

a data.frame with one character column and the rest as numeric values

1 | ```
frequencies(x = airquality$Ozone)
``` |

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