R programmer for improving a crosstable function

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  • Prix: $40
  • Propositions reçues: 3
  • Gagnant : heatherturner

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Hi, I've some programming demands to update an old R function I use to analyse data, it produces a crosstable object which I believe can be improved. First, I want to include in arguments (...) the data frame, so it would work as crosstable(DF, VAR1, VAR2, VAR3, ... ). My need today is to be able to use this function along with dplyr functions like; DF %>% crosstable(VAR1, VAR2), is it possible? Second, I want it to be faster, if possible. R language has advanced great deal in the late years, so maybe something can be done to make the crosstable a bit more rapid.

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  • dhirajkhanna
    dhirajkhanna
    • il y a 2 ans

    Can you please tell me what exactly you wish to achieve with your function by the help of an example?

    • il y a 2 ans
    1. dmsilv
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      • il y a 2 ans

      Today the function works as crosstable( DF$VAR1, DF$VAR2, DF$VAR3, ... ) . I need this to match the data.frame, like : crosstable( data=DF, VAR1, VAR2, VAR3, ... ). Second, it would be really nice to use the function along with dplyr style; DF %>% crosstable(VAR1, VAR2). Is it any better?

      • il y a 2 ans

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