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Contains four main functions (i.e., four pieces of furniture): table1() which produces a well-formatted table of descriptive statistics common as Table 1 in research articles, tableC() which produces a well-formatted table of correlations, tableF() which provides frequency counts, and washer() which is helpful in cleaning up the data. These furniture-themed functions are designed to simplify common tasks in quantitative analysis. Other data summary and cleaning tools are also available.
Provides the ability to perform "Marginal Mediation"--mediation wherein the indirect and direct effects are in terms of the average marginal effects (Bartus, 2005, <https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:tsj:stataj:v:5:y:2005:i:3:p:309-329>). The style of the average marginal effects stems from Thomas Leeper's work on the "margins" package. This framework allows the use of categorical mediators and outcomes with little change in interpretation from the continuous mediators/outcomes. See <doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.18465.92001> for more details on the method.
Some tidying functions built on data.table to provide quick and efficient data manipulation with minimal overhead.
Tidy interface to 'data.table'. 'rlang' compatible, which allows the user to build custom functions much like they would in the tidyverse.