reshape v0.8.8


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Flexibly Reshape Data

Flexibly restructure and aggregate data using just two functions: melt and cast.

Functions in reshape

Name Description
as.matrix.cast_matrix as.matrix.cast\_matrix
condense Condense Melt a data frame
all.vars.character Get all variables
recast Recast
dim_names Dimension names\_df
melt_check Melt check.
sparseby Apply a Function to a Data Frame split by levels of indices
expand.grid.df Expand grid
margin.vars Margin variables
expand Expand\_matrix
guess_value Guess value
cast_matrix Cast matrix.
add.missing.levels Add in any missing values
add.all.combinations Add all combinations
colsplit Split a vector into multiple columns
cast_parse_formula Cast parse formula
as.matrix.cast_df as.matrix.cast\_df
check_formula Check formula
nulldefault Null default
prettyprint Pretty print
Smiths Demo data describing the Smiths
clean.vars Clean variables.
melt.array Melt an array
melt Melt
combine_factor Combine factor levels
melt.cast_df Melt cast data.frames
stamp Stamp
melt.cast_matrix Melt cast matrices
sort_df Sort data frame
namerows Name rows
merge_all Merge all
merge_recurse Merge recursively
rescaler Rescaler
compute.margins Compute margins
rename Rename Rescale a data frame
updatelist Update list function
condense.df Condense a data frame
reshape1 Casting workhorse.
tidystamp Tidy up stamped data set
Tips Tipping data
round_any Round any
uniquedefault Unique default
French fries Sensory data from a french fries experiment
untable Untable a dataset
funstofun Aggregate multiple functions into a single function
melt.default Default melt function
melt.list Melt a list
rescaler.default Default rescaler
rescaler.matrix Rescale a matrix
strip.dups Strip duplicates.
str.cast_matrix Print cast objects
cast Cast function
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License MIT + file LICENSE
LazyData true
NeedsCompilation yes
Packaged 2018-10-23 18:21:49 UTC; hadley
Repository CRAN
Date/Publication 2018-10-23 18:50:03 UTC
imports plyr
depends R (>= 2.6.1)

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