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Set attributes of variables

Set attributes of a variable, then return that variable.

Usage
set_class(x, value)

copy_class(x, from)

set_mode(x, value)

copy_mode(x, from)

set_storage_mode(x, value)

copy_storage_mode(x, from)

set_dim(x, value)

copy_dim(x, from)

set_length(x, value)

copy_length(x, from)

set_names(x, value)

copy_names(x, from)

set_colnames(x, value)

copy_colnames(x, from)

set_rownames(x, value)

copy_rownames(x, from)

set_dimnames(x, value)

copy_dimnames(x, from)

set_levels(x, value)

copy_levels(x, from)

set_comment(x, value)

copy_comment(x, from)

set_attributes(x, ..., .dots = list())

copy_attributes(x, from, attribs)

copy_all_attributes(x, from)

copy_most_attributes(x, from)
Arguments
x
An R variable.
value
A value to set the attribute to.
from
A variable to take the attribute value from.
...
Name-value pairs of attributes to set.
.dots
A named list of attributes to set.
attribs
A character vector of attributes to copy.
Value

  • x is returned, with updated attributes.

See Also

attributes, attr

Aliases
  • copy_all_attributes
  • copy_attributes
  • copy_class
  • copy_colnames
  • copy_comment
  • copy_dim
  • copy_dimnames
  • copy_length
  • copy_levels
  • copy_mode
  • copy_most_attributes
  • copy_names
  • copy_rownames
  • copy_storage_mode
  • mutator
  • set_attributes
  • set_class
  • set_colnames
  • set_comment
  • set_dim
  • set_dimnames
  • set_length
  • set_levels
  • set_mode
  • set_names
  • set_rownames
  • set_storage_mode
  • setter
  • setters
Examples
if(requireNamespace("magrittr"))
{
  `%>%` <- magrittr::`%>%`
  # Convert a vector to a matrix by setting the dimensions and their names.
  m <- 1:12 %>%
    set_dim(3:4) %>%
    set_dimnames(list(letters[1:3], LETTERS[1:4])) %>%
    print

  # Copy attributes from one variable to another using copy_* fns.
  month.abb %>%
    copy_dim(m) %>%
    copy_dimnames(m) %>%
    print

  # Same again, using copy_attributes
  month.abb %>%
    copy_attributes(m, c("dim", "dimnames"))

  # Same again, in this case you can copy most/all the attributes from m.
  month.abb %>%
    copy_most_attributes(m)
  month.abb %>%
    copy_all_attributes(m)

  # To quickly convert a list into a data.frame, set the class and row names.
  list(a = (1:5) ^ 2, b = pi ^ (1:5)) %>%
    set_class("data.frame") %>%
    set_rownames() %>%   # data.frames have a default
    print

  # Or equivalently, using attributes
  list(a = (1:5) ^ 2, b = pi ^ (1:5)) %>%
    set_attributes(class = "data.frame", row.names = .set_row_names(5)) %>%
    print
} else
{
  message('This example requires the magrittr package.  Please run install.packages("magrittr").')
}
Documentation reproduced from package setter, version 0.0-1, License: Unlimited

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