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Percentile

Calculates the mean, standard deviation, and number of observations in each group of a data.frame that has one continuous variable and two factors.

Calculates the mean, standard deviation, and number of observations in each group of a data.frame that has one continuous variable and two factors.

Keywords
dplot, univar
Usage
sufficient(x,
           yname = dimnames(x)[[2]][[1]],
           factor.names.keep = dimnames(x)[[2]][-c(1, 2)])
Arguments
x
data.frame containing a continuous variable and two factors.
yname
Character name of response variable.
factor.names.keep
Character vecotr containing the names of two factors in the x data.frame.
Value

  • Data.frame containing five columns and as many rows as are implied by the crossing of the two factors. Each row contains the mean in a column with the name yname and its factor values in columns named with the name in factor.names.keep. The standard deviation of the observations in the group are in the column "sd" and the number of observations in the group is in the column "nobs".

See Also

intxplot

Aliases
  • sufficient
Documentation reproduced from package HH, version 3.0-4, License: GPL (>= 2)

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