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Interface to Packages 'tibble' and 'haven'

A as_tibble method (as_table.data.set) allows to transform "data.set" objects into objects of class "tbl_df" as defined by the package "tibble".

as.item methods for objects of classes "haven_labelled" and "have_labelled_spss" allow to transform a "tibble" imported using read_dta, read_spss, etc. from the package "haven" into an object of class "data.set".

as_haven can be used to transform "data.set" objects into objects of class "tbl_df" with that additional information that objects imported using the "haven" package usually have, i.e. variable labels and value labels (as the "label" and "labels" attributes of the columns).

Usage
as_tibble.data.set(x,…)
# S4 method for haven_labelled
as.item(x,…)
# S4 method for haven_labelled_spss
as.item(x,…)
as_haven(x,…)
# S4 method for data.set
as_haven(x,user_na=FALSE,…)
# S4 method for item.vector
as_haven(x,user_na=FALSE,…)
# S4 method for tbl_df
as.data.set(x,row.names=NULL,…)
Arguments
x

for as_tibble.data.set and as_haven, an object of class "data.set"; for as.item, an object of class "haven_labelled" or "haven_labelled_spss"; an object of class "tbl_df" for as.data.set.

user_na

logical; if TRUE then the resulting vectors have an "na_values" and/or "na_range" attribute.

row.names

NULL or an optional character vector of row names.

further arguments, passed through to other the the as_tibble method for lists, or ignored.

Value

as_tibble.data.set and the "data.set"-method of as_haven return a "tibble". The "item.vector"-method (which is for internal use only) returns a vector with S3 class either "haven_labelled" or "haven_labelled_spss".

Aliases
  • as_tibble.data.set
  • as.item,labelled-method
  • as.item,haven_labelled-method
  • as.item,haven_labelled_spss-method
  • as_haven
  • as_haven,data.set-method
  • as_haven,item.vector-method
  • as.data.set,tbl_df-method
Documentation reproduced from package memisc, version 0.99.27.3, License: GPL-2

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