# resc.val

From GmAMisc v1.1.1
by Gianmarco Alberti

##### R function to rescale the values of a dataset between a minimum and a maximum set by the user

The function allows to rescale the values of a dataset between a minimum and a maximum that are specified by the user. In doing that, it allows to preserve the shape of the distribution of the original data.

- Keywords
- resc.val

##### Usage

`resc.val(x, min.v = 0, max.v = 100)`

##### Arguments

- x
Vector containing the values to be rescaled.

- min.v
Minimum value of the rescaled dataset (0 by default).

- max.v
Maximum value of the rescaled dataset (100 by default).

##### Details

The function produces two density charts representing the distribution of the original and of the rescaled dataset. It also returns a dataframe storing the original and rescaled values.

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
#generate a random dataset of size 30, normally distributed with mean 1000 and
#standard deviation 10
dataset <- rnorm(30, 1000,10)
#rescale the dataset to be constrained between 10 and 100
resc.val(dataset, min.v=10, max.v=100)
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package GmAMisc, version 1.1.1, License: GPL (>= 2)*

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