Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

View source: R/f0.rbsb1.code.r

Data being supposed to be a data frame: observation by rows, variables by columns being numeric or factor; standard univariate statistics are computed for each variable.

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`data` |
Date frame containing the data set. NA values are accepted. |

`quant` |
( |

`nbmin` |
( |

a named list with as many components as variables (getting the
variable names).

For numeric variables it is a named vector with
standard statistics.

For categoric variables it is a matrix having
a row for each category sorted according to the frequencies and four
columns: frequencies, rounded percentages, rounded cumulated
percentages in both directions (based on the level orders.

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rbsb3k("RESET"); # needed only for R checking, to be forgotten
set.seed(1234);
don <- matrix(round(runif(100)*100), 20);
dimnames(don)[[2]] <- LETTERS[1:5];
print(df2ustat(as.data.frame(don), quant=c(0, 0.5, 1), nbmin=5));
set.seed(1234);
don <- matrix(letters[1+round(runif(100)*10)], 20);
dimnames(don)[[2]] <- LETTERS[1:5];
print(df2ustat(as.data.frame(don), nbmin=5));
``` |

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