Function to show frequencies in a manner similar to what SPSS' "FREQUENCIES" command does. Note that frequency is an alias for freq.

freq(vector, digits = 1, nsmall = 1, transposed = FALSE, round = 1,
  plot = FALSE, plotTheme = ggplot2::theme_bw())

# S3 method for freq
print(x, digits = x$input$digits,
  nsmall = x$input$nsmall, transposed = x$input$transposed, ...)

# S3 method for freq
pander(x, ...)

frequencies(..., digits = 1, nsmall = 1, transposed = FALSE,
  round = 1, plot = FALSE, plotTheme = ggplot2::theme_bw())

# S3 method for frequencies
print(x, ...)

# S3 method for frequencies
pander(x, prefix = "###", ...)

Arguments

vector

A vector of values to compute frequencies for.

digits

Minimum number of significant digits to show in result.

nsmall

Minimum number of digits after the decimal point to show in the result.

transposed

Whether to transpose the results when printing them (this can be useful for blind users).

round

Number of digits to round the results to (can be used in conjunction with digits to determine format of results).

plot

If true, a histogram is shown of the variable.

plotTheme

The ggplot2 theme to use.

x

The `freq` or `frequencies` object to print.

For `frequencies`, the variables of which to provide frequencies; for the `print` methods, additional arguments are passed on to the `print` function.

prefix

The prefix to use when printing `frequencies`, to easily prepend Markdown headers.

Value

An object with several elements, the most notable of which is:

dat

A dataframe with the frequencies

For frequencies, these objects are in a list of their own.

Examples

### Create factor vector ourFactor <- factor(mtcars$gear, levels=c(3,4,5), labels=c("three", "four", "five")); ### Add some missing values factorWithMissings <- ourFactor; factorWithMissings[10] <- factorWithMissings[20] <- NA; ### Show frequencies freq(ourFactor);
#> Frequencies Perc.Total Perc.Valid Cumulative #> three 15 46.9 46.9 46.9 #> four 12 37.5 37.5 84.4 #> five 5 15.6 15.6 100.0 #> Total valid 32 100.0 100.0
freq(factorWithMissings);
#> Frequencies Perc.Total Perc.Valid Cumulative #> three 15 46.9 50.0 50.0 #> four 10 31.2 33.3 83.3 #> five 5 15.6 16.7 100.0 #> Total valid 30 93.8 100.0 #> NA (missing) 2 6.2 #> Total 32 100.0
### ... Or for all of them at one frequencies(ourFactor, factorWithMissings);
#> ### Frequencies for 'ourFactor' #> #> Frequencies Perc.Total Perc.Valid Cumulative #> three 15 46.9 46.9 46.9 #> four 12 37.5 37.5 84.4 #> five 5 15.6 15.6 100.0 #> Total valid 32 100.0 100.0 #> #> ### Frequencies for 'factorWithMissings' #> #> Frequencies Perc.Total Perc.Valid Cumulative #> three 15 46.9 50.0 50.0 #> four 10 31.2 33.3 83.3 #> five 5 15.6 16.7 100.0 #> Total valid 30 93.8 100.0 #> NA (missing) 2 6.2 #> Total 32 100.0 #>