# as_pb

##### Display a percentage as a (numeric and rounded) probability.

`as_pb`

is a function that displays a percentage `perc`

as a probability (rounded to `n_digits`

decimals).

##### Usage

`as_pb(perc, n_digits = 4)`

##### Arguments

- perc
A percentage (as a scalar or vector of numeric values from 0 to 100).

- n_digits
Number of decimal places to which percentage is rounded. Default:

`n_digits = 4`

.

##### Details

`as_pb`

and its complement function `as_pc`

allow
toggling the display of numeric values between percentages and probabilities.

##### Value

A probability (as a numeric value).

##### See Also

`is_perc`

verifies a percentage;
`is_prob`

verifies a probability;
`is_valid_prob_set`

verifies the validity of probability inputs;
`num`

contains basic numeric variables;
`init_num`

initializes basic numeric variables;
`prob`

contains current probability information;
`comp_prob`

computes current probability information;
`freq`

contains current frequency information;
`comp_freq`

computes current frequency information;
`comp_complement`

computes a probability's complement;
`comp_comp_pair`

computes pairs of complements.

Other utility functions: `as_pc`

,
`plot.box`

Other display functions: `as_pc`

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
as_pb(1/3) # => 0.0033
as_pb(as_pc(2/3)) # => 0.6667 (rounded to 4 decimals)
# }
```

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