furniture (1.9.5)

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Furniture for Quantitative Scientists.

Contains four main functions (i.e., four pieces of furniture): table1() which produces a well-formatted table of descriptive statistics common as Table 1 in research articles, tableC() which produces a well-formatted table of correlations, tableF() which provides frequency counts, and washer() which is helpful in cleaning up the data. These furniture-themed functions are designed to simplify common tasks in quantitative analysis. Other data summary and cleaning tools are also available.

Maintainer: Tyson Barrett
Author(s): Tyson S. Barrett [aut, cre] (<>), Emily Brignone [aut], Daniel J. Laxman [aut]

License: GPL-3

Uses: crayon, dplyr, knitr, magrittr, rstudioapi, tibble, testthat, rmarkdown
Reverse suggests: MarginalMediation

Released 3 months ago.

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