is_num_fac: Check whether a factor has numeric levels only

Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/is_num_fac.R

Description

is_num_fac() checks whether a factor has only numeric or any non-numeric factor levels, while is_num_chr() checks whether a character vector has only numeric strings.

Usage

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Arguments

x

A factor for is_num_fac() and a character vector for is_num_chr()

Value

Logical, TRUE if factor has numeric factor levels only, or if character vector has numeric strings only, FALSE otherwise.

Examples

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# numeric factor levels
f1 <- factor(c(NA, 1, 3, NA, 2, 4))
is_num_fac(f1)

# not completeley numeric factor levels
f2 <- factor(c(NA, "C", 1, 3, "A", NA, 2, 4))
is_num_fac(f2)

# not completeley numeric factor levels
f3 <- factor(c("Justus", "Bob", "Peter"))
is_num_fac(f3)

is_num_chr(c("a", "1"))
is_num_chr(c("2", "1"))

sjPlot/sjmisc documentation built on Dec. 17, 2018, 5:29 p.m.